Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society

Preservation Through Education

"See the forest through the trees."
— John Muir

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society is a non-profit that has been preserving wildlife in the Pacific Northwest since 1987. We provide free wildlife education and stewardship programs for K-12 and others. We work with many groups, fostering connections with nature and developing leadership and passion in young people.

What's New!

Hastings Park Conservancy Nature Walks & Workshops

Hastings Park Conservancy Nature Walks & Workshops – April/May 2024

NWPS is proud to announce our partnership with Hastings Park Conservancy. We will be running 2 weeks of Nature Walks ...
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Mikaila Strilchuk wildlife educator

NWPS Welcome our New Wildlife Educator – November 2023

Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society is extremely excited to welcome our New Vancouver Wildlife Educator, Mikaila Strilchuk. Mikaila has a BSc ...
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Wildlife Programs

Through engaging education and stewardship programs, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society introduces people to the wonders of the natural world to encourage understanding of and an enduring respect for wildlife in the Pacific Northwest. Based in Vancouver and Victoria, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society runs wildlife education programs across the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island.

Wildlife Sanctuary

Thanks to the generous legacy gift from Mrs. Cynthia Granfield, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society became stewards of Manley Farm Bird & Wildlife Sanctuary, a mixed-use 240 acre property of forest, wetland and marine habitat in 1994. Our sanctuary supports thousands of animals including threatened and endangered species like the red-legged frog, barn owl and orca.

Species Reports

Learn about British Columbian wildlife species in these Species Reports researched and written mainly by our wonderful group of volunteers. BC is home to more species than the rest of Canada combined! Learn about the diverse and fascinating wildlife species who share our forests, oceans, and grasslands, and gain a better understanding of their habitat, life cycles, and the science behind their adaptations that help them to live in British Columbia.

Red Fox Species Report
Marbled Godwit Species Report
Porcupine Species Report
Orca Species Report


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