The Pender Harbour Wildlife Society is situated on the Pacific West Coast of British Columbia, Canada. Pender Harbour is in a temperate rainforest climatic zone that supports an abundance of terrestrial and marine life. It lies below the heights of the beautiful Caren Range - a 1000m mountain range that is home to Canada's oldest trees and an array of endangered wildlife and flora.

The society's mission is to assume the role of steward for wildlife, both in the Pender Harbour area and, in a supportive manner, over a larger area which includes the Caren Range.

   
about the society
Since 1979 the society has been a voice for wildlife.

  society projects
From removing invasive plants to managing nature reserves.

society news
The latest news from the society.
  events calendar
Find out more about upcoming guest speakers and wildlife events.

contact us
Contact and mailing information for the society
 
related sites
Like minded organizations in Pender Harbour and the Sunshine Coast.