Great Bear Rainforest


From April 26, 2024 to March 31, 2025
Aquarium-Muséum Universitaire de Liège
Quai Edouard Van Beneden, 22
4020 Liège
Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm | Weekends, public holidays and school vacations, 10am to 6pm.
The exhibition is included in the price of admission to the new Aquarium-Muséum / Maison de la Science package.

Immerse yourself in the mystical world of the Great Bear Rainforest at our new photographic exhibition at the Aquarium-Muséum Universitaire de Liège.

Located along the north coast of British Columbia, this forest is the largest intact temperate coastal area on the planet. It's home to exceptional biodiversity, from thousand-year-old cedars to Grey Wolves, from Humpback Whales to the enigmatic Spirit Bear.

This unique exhibition transports you to the heart of a fragile ecosystem where wildlife and ancestral cultures meet in spectacular fashion. Each photograph captured by renowned conservationist and photographer Ian McAllister tells a story of survival and resilience. As you explore this gallery, you'll discover the urgent ecological challenges facing this region: from the devastating impact of salmon farms and industrial offshore trawling, to logging that threatens crucial habitats.

This exhibition is not just about beauty. It is a call to action. It reflects Pacific Wild 's commitment to conservation and shows how visual storytelling can influence the protection of our global natural heritage.

We invite you to join us for an immersive experience that celebrates beauty, raises awareness and inspires action for conservation. Visit our exhibition to see how, together, we can help protect one of our planet's most precious natural treasures.

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