191 marsh bird surveys lead to conservation action

Columbia Wetlands marsh bird monitoring project Secretive or inconspicuous marsh birds in the Columbia Wetlands near Golden are being surveyed to estimate their populations and identify habitat needs. Goldeneye Ecological Services, with seven volunteers, completed […]

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Three male Olive-sided Flycatchers located

Studying threatened Olive-sided Flycatchers in our Peace Region In May-June 2018, survey efforts were concentrated in three areas within the study area: 1) Fort Ware, Kwadacha survey area; 2) Tsay Keh Dene survey area; and […]

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Olive-sided-Flycatcher Photo: Istock Paul Reeves

Project Lists

2019 – 2020 fish and wildlife project lists Coastal Region Project List Columbia Region Project List Peace Region Project List 2019 – 2020 Investment Map Coastal Region 2018 – 2019 Project List 2017 – 2018 […]

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Credit: A. Glass

Habitat conserved near Columbia Wetlands

The FWCP provided $400,000 towards the purchase of 423 acres to help conserve the Columbia Wetlands near Edgewater. The conservation property has outstanding habitat and connectivity for Grizzly Bears and American Badgers, winter range for […]

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Photo: R. Klafki

7,900 ha of critical habitat protected

Making Darkwoods “whole” – an extra 7,900 ha of protected habitat The FWCP has been a significant contributor to the purchase and ongoing stewardship of the Darkwoods Conservation Area south of Nelson, which is owned […]

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Photo: iStock J. Huevel

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191 marsh bird surveys lead to conservation action

Columbia Wetlands marsh bird monitoring project Secretive or inconspicuous marsh birds in the Columbia Wetlands near Golden are being surveyed to estimate their populations and identify habitat needs. Goldeneye Ecological Services, with seven volunteers, completed […]

Columbia Region

Three male Olive-sided Flycatchers located

Studying threatened Olive-sided Flycatchers in our Peace Region In May-June 2018, survey efforts were concentrated in three areas within the study area: 1) Fort Ware, Kwadacha survey area; 2) Tsay Keh Dene survey area; and […]

Peace Region

Community Engagement Grants

Our Community Engagement Grants are typically $500 to $1,000 and help stewardship groups and others take action to benefit local fish and wildlife. We accept applications for community engagement grants all year, subject to available funding. Please apply […]

Provincial

Moose investigations: limiting factors

Background and update Moose (Alces alces) are the largest member of the deer family and are an abundant and important wildlife species to First Nations and residents of northern British Columbia (BC). Recent surveys around […]

Peace Region

Coastal Region Board and Committee List

Coastal Region Board Members (September 2019) are responsible for guiding the FWCP’s work. Their work is supported by fish and wildlife technical committees. From left: Larry Casper, Jack Minard, Todd Manning, Adam Silverstein, Scott Barrett, […]

Coastal Region

Peace Region Board and Committee List

Peace Region Board, Committee and First Nations Working Group Members List Peace Region Board members (February 2019) are responsible for guiding the FWCP’s work.  Their work is supported by the First Nations Working Group. Back […]

Peace Region

Columbia Region Board and Committee List

Columbia Region Board members (October 2019) are responsible for guiding our work. Their work is supported by fish and wildlife technical committees. Board members from left: Rob Neil, Kim Cox, Moss Giasson, Misun Kang, Wendy […]

Columbia Region
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Evaluation & Financial Audit – 2019

Update: Evaluation & Financial Audit – 2019 We’ve completed an independent, third-party evaluation and financial audit as required by our Governance Manual. Following a competitive public bidding process, Ference and Co. was selected to undertake […]

Provincial

Peace Region Action Plan Update

Peace Region Action Plans Our Action Plans guide FWCP investments in fish and wildlife projects, and are referenced annually by our regional Boards to track progress toward implementation, set annual priorities, and guide decision-making in […]

Peace Region