As our climate changes, these animals will be forced to adapt quickly. A wildlife sanctuary and corridor will provide freedom to roam and allow the Flathead's ecosystem to remain intact. Email BC's leaders and let them know the Flathead River Valley and the wildlife that call it home matters to Canadians.
Prime Minister of Canada, Minister of Environment, Premier of British Columbia, Leaders of BC Opposition Parties, Kootenay-Columbia MP, David Wilks and Kootenay East MLA, Bill Bennett.
The Flathead River Valley is located in the southeastern corner of British Columbia. In addition to being home to familiar wildlife, it's also home to more species of wild flowers than anywhere else in Canada and the largest population of grizzly bears in the interior of North America. Wildlife like mountain goats, lynx and grizzly bears that call the Flathead home don't follow international borders or park boundaries. They roam across three different borders: British Columbia, Alberta and Montana.