Conservation of Caribou in the Scott West Herd Area
Through community engagement (signage, social media, newspaper, radio and hunter interviews) and the use of remotely activated cameras, this project’s goal is to assess the likelihood of a remnant population of Scott herd Caribou on the west side of Williston Reservoir. Determining if there are any caribou left on the west side of Williston Reservoir, as well as any baseline information that can be attained, is vital for these caribou.
FWCP funds purchase of habitat for threatened Caribou With funding from the Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program (FWCP) in the Peace Region, The Nature Trust of British Columbia has purchased the 223 hectare (551 acre) […]
Peace Region grant information sessions Information session October 4: FWCP’s Grant Applications and Action Plans Thanks to everyone who joined our information sessions to learn more about FWCP grant applications and how to align yours […]