Although we have abundant opportunity to go afield every day of the year, it is not only this quantity of opportunity we need to maintain. We need to maintain quality, wild opportunity. Opportunity with challenge, solitude, effort, peace and quiet, and wildness where we can get away from industrial activities and industrial strength recreation of our fast-paced society. Where wilderness is still the pristine legacy of nature. Where we can chase after childhood dreams of wild bulls, bucks and rams in mountains still wild.
We liked the BHA message and BHA's articulate way of expressing concerns for our wild public lands. This is why BC sportsmen and women joined BHA. Hopefully, our efforts, combined and coordinated with the established conservation groups already standing up for wildlife and habitat in BC, amplifies this collaborative effort.
BCBHA looks forward to sharing BHA’s strong conservation message on our public lands to ensure quality habitat, wildlife populations and the subsequent quality outdoor opportunities that result from good decisions for wildlife and habitat management in British Columbia.