Notes From the Field: Western Screech-Owl

The forest around us is dense with accumulated life. Big ancient cedars are almost completely obscured by towering salal, huckleberry, and hemlock saplings, and every surface is a tiny emerald garden of moss, liverworts, and lichens. Above the canopy of the forest, the sky is blue and the sun is shining with no hint of […]

Notes From the Field: Powell River Trip

In September 2021, Ancient Forest Alliance visited the city of Powell River to explore the region’s remaining old-growth forests, and meet with local community members and the Tla’amin First Nation to hear their views on the conservation of old-growth forests in the region.  We experienced awe-inspiring landscapes, stunning ancient rainforests, and fascinating perspectives on old-growth conservation