Many years ago, I was fortunate to have the opportunity to see the Great Bear Rainforest. For two weeks I visited salmon hatcheries, met with First Nations leaders, and lived on the research vessel Achiever with the Raincoast conservation foundation crew. We gathered information on bear viewing, trophy hunting, salmon runs and much more. The experience really helped me understand what is at risk if human developments continues to destroy the natural world. It helped me see so much that is worth fighting for.
The LEGO® bear movie, “ Save Our Bears “ is complete. Our LEGO expert, David, spent hundreds of hours designing and building the LEGO scenes and characters.
This video may only be eight minutes, but it represents a lot of effort and planning and was one year in the making. And if it saves one bear, it will be worth it. The Save Our Bears Movie is part of a larger campaign that you can learn about at stopanimalbrutality.com. This movie may not impact current governments, but it could leave a lasting impression on kids who will one day be in government.
We’ve been working with a LEGO expert to create a stop motion LEGO film about the situation for the bears, and what each family can do to help. Stay tuned for the release of the film in the coming days!
A few years ago, the Municipality of Port Coquitlam took a big step toward bear-proofing their green bins and keeping bears out of the garbage. Read more at Tricitynews.com.
The big challenge is to get all cities to do this, and more.
Mayor of Gibsons on the Sunshine Coast, Bill Beamish, calls on residents to do more. He has been a great ally to bears and the Sunshine Coast Bear Alliance. Beamish recently reminded residents that 14 bears were put down on the Coast in 2019, mostly due to attractants being left out.
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