Join the movement to keep wildlife a priority in B.C. policy and decision-making.
British Columbia is known around the world for our unmatched wilderness and wildlife. This “Super, Natural B.C.” is an important part of who we are as British Columbians.
Yet, as our population and cities grow, and economic needs increase, our forests and wildlife face new risks.
Outdated management practices are leading to a loss of diversity in our forests. Guides and outfitters who work in the back country are seeing depleted wildlife populations, loss of habitats and safe crossings, and a disrupted ratio of predators to prey.
It doesn’t have to be this way.
Who Cares BC aims to inform and educate British Columbians about wildlife conservation and management, because what is happening in the forests isn’t always evident from the cities and highly-populated areas.
Together we can advocate for modern, sustainable management practices that keep wildlife thriving for generations to come.
Better management is the bridge between the challenges we face and the B.C. we love.
B.C.’s Guide Outfitters are behind Who Cares BC
Who Cares BC is an initiative of the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC).
Our membership is made up of hunting and fishing guides and outfitters who live and work in B.C.’s forests and remote communities.
We have eyes and ears on the ground, so we see the direct impact of current management practices on forests and wildlife across B.C.
We believe in collaboration. We’re working with wildlife biologists, researchers, environmental advocacy groups, and Indigenous communities to advocate for the forests and wildlife of B.C.
Follow Who Cares BC to understand the
challenges and look at solutions.
Engage in discussions, attend community
meetings, and let your voice be heard.
Support better practices that prioritize the
well-being of B.C.’s wildlife.
Everyone is welcome to join in and make a difference.