For wildlife, there’s no better place in Canada than British Columbia. Its waterways form super highways for salmon, and rich feeding grounds for whales, while its moss-swathed rainforests provide soggy shelter for some of the world’s rarest bears. Mule deer and elk tip-toe through its woods, while bison browse at the roadsides. And then there are the eagles, moose, bighorn sheep, caribou and elusive coastal wolves. In total, British Columbia’s diverse landscapes, ranging from glacier-carved fjords to moss-clad peaks, are home to 1,100 species of animal, more than any other province. World-class wildlife experiences are out there – and here are a few to get you started.