It is an independent audit that reconfirms what the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia have been saying – that hunting in BC is not a threat to the grizzly bear populations
Fire is an important process across many landscapes. In an effort to re-establish the important role that prescribed fire has on Vancouver Island, a workshop was held
Hunters were instrumental in the effort to begin restoring the elk populations to their historic range by assisting with the capture and relocation of Roosevelt Elk.
Do you ever think about where your food comes from? How it was procured? Hunters and anglers know EXACTLY where their food comes from
The bad news for rural BC continues to roll out, with a politically motivated announcement closing grizzly bear hunting in BC, effective November 30th, 2017.
Hunters and outfitters care about wildlife and take a long-term approach to their management. We also invest thousands of volunteer hours for initiatives that will benefit wildlife or their habitat.
The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) is proud to release a grizzly bear management paper that is intended to provide some facts to an emotional debate.
Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) is pleased to be releasing a comprehensive moose management plan that puts moose first.
Today the bear hunting season opens. Recent studies confirmed a conservative population estimate of 14,000-16,000 grizzly bears in the province.
Today the GOABC announces a 5-year, $250,000 commitment to a new provincial Wildlife Stewardship Partner Program, demonstrating the role of the hunter conservationist in wildlife management.
The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) supports science-based wildlife management decisions.
On December 8-9, 2011, the Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia (GOABC) hosted its first Int. Wildlife Management Symposium.