wildlife

Seeking Bat & Toad Observations

Hi everyone!

We at the Coastal Douglas-fir Species at Risk project need your help this summer! We are on the lookout for two species over the next few months, and were hoping you would be our eyes and ears over this time. Here is what we are looking for:
 

Reminder: Species at Risk Presentation

Event Date: 
Mar 27 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Hi everyone! 

 

Just a reminder that Chris and I are putting on a presentation at the Arts Centre on Tuesday March 28, where we will discuss our Species at Risk project, talk about some of these endangered species in your backyard, and attempt to answer any questions you may have. 

Hopefully see many of you there!

 

Species at Risk Presentation @ the Arts Centre

Event Date: 
Mar 28 2017 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm

We (Aimee Mitchell, Chris Currie, Dan Stewart) are a team of biologists that received federal funding to study and assist in the conservation of at-risk species in this region (Lasqueti, Texada, and the Powell River/Lund mainland). Some of you may have met us or heard about us when we spent some time on the island back in November.

Wolf Island menheir

Wolf Island menheir

Cougar sighting in False Bay

On Monday the 17th at 9 AM a cruiser anchored between the dock and Jen Brown's watched a cougar come out of the bush, walk along the beach, and go back into the bush. He is familiar with cougars and watched it with his binoculars. Later in the day he took Milan, Karl and a dog to where he saw it, but we couldn't find anything.

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