Annual Report Coastal Region 2016-2017

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Northern Spotted Owl. Credit: L. Ware

Annual Report Columbia Region 2016-2017

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FWCP funded a prescribed burn in April 2016 near Arrow Lakes Reservoir to improve wildlife habitat. Credit: BC Wildfire Service

Annual Report Peace Region 2016-2017

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Arctic Grayling or Thymallus arcticus underwater Credit: Photo: Istock/Pi-Lens

We’re Supporting At-Risk Caribou Herds

At-risk caribou are a priority species for us Of the 14 wildlife projects underway in our Peace Region, eight are supporting caribou, for a total investment of more than half-a-million dollars in 2017 – 2018. […]

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Caribou maternity pen near Chetwynd (May 2017)

Update: Amphibian Research in Northern B.C.

FWCP funds amphibian research Amphibians aren’t the first group of species that come to mind when you think of wildlife. They are also relatively under-studied and we’re here to change that.  We’re funding, what we […]

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Credt: Mark Thompson

Elk River Shoreline Clean Up Helps Fish and Wildlife

FWCP funds shoreline clean up More than 40 bags of garbage, tires, and various pieces of scrap metal pieces – some weighing as much as 500 lbs – were collected and removed from the shoreline […]

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Credit: Elk River Alliance

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Acquiring Snk’mip (Bonanza) Marsh

FWCP funds help purchase wetland near Slocan Lake A 35-acre wetland at the north end of Slocan Lake has a new owner and a new name. In August  2017, following an intensive fund-raising effort, the […]

Columbia Region

Amphibians in Northern B.C.

Free event in Mackenzie: Learn about amphibians Until now, very little was known about amphibians in Northern B.C.  With funding from the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program, DWB Consulting is working on a four-year study […]

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. Community Engagement Grant funds in the Columbia Region are fully spent for 2017-2018. New applications […]

Provincial

Fish Habitat Improved Near Courtenay

Puntledge River Watershed: Fish habitat improved near Courtenay Trout, Coho and Pink Salmon are already using recently restored off-channel habitat at Simms Millennium Park near downtown Courtenay. The work was completed at the end of […]

Coastal Region