K'lgaan/Klekane Conservancy is located on the North Coast in the traditional territories of the Haisla, Heiltsuk, Gitga'at and Kitasoo/Xai'xais Nations. The conservancy was created in 2006 and covers 18,272 hectares.
K’lgaan/Klekane Conservancy is located on the east side of Princess Royal Channel, along the Inside Passage route. Klekane Conservancy shares its south and east boundaries with adjacent Q’altanaas/Aaltanhash Conservancy.
This conservancy protects grizzly bears, salmon and marbled murrelets and low elevation Sitka spruce forests. It also provides a protected anchorage adjacent to the main Inside Passage route where visitors can spend a night to rest, fish or soak in a small hot springs.
Overview provided by BC Parks