Watch our owl webcam

Canada’s most endangered owl

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Photo: Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Program

Coastal Region

Join our Peace Region board

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Peace Region

Prince George Restoration Workshop

June 4 and 5

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Photo: BCWF

Peace Region

81 fish & wildlife projects announced for 2024-2025

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Land restoration carried out on 31 conservation properties

Columbia Region

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Photo: the Nature Trust of B.C.

Coastal Region

Nearly 400 students participate in ecology field trips

Peace Region

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Photo: DWB Consulting Services Ltd.

Coastal Region

Loop antennas track 2.5 million fish passages

Coastal Region

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Photo: Z. Sherker

Coastal Region

81 Projects Approved 2024–2025

27 Coastal Region Projects 2024–2025

30 Columbia Region Projects 2024–2025

24 Peace Region Projects 2024–2025

Owl webcam!

Watch a Northern Spotted Owl chick!

 
Canada’s most endangered owl is the star of this webcam until it learns to fly and leaves the nest.

Learn more about the project to raise and release owls into the wild.

 

 

 

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81 projects and $8.7M approved

Our three regional boards approved $8.7 million for 81 projects in 2024-2025, including 27 projects in our Coastal Region, 30 in our Columbia Region, and 24 in our Peace Region.

Read our project lists. See our project map.

 

 

 

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Funded by BC Hydro

BC Hydro has water licence obligations in the Columbia and Peace regions, and has made voluntary commitments to address the impacts of dams of the Coastal Region. BC Hydro fulfils the applicable obligations through the work of the FWCP.

BC Hydro works in equal partnership with the Province of B.C., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, First Nations and public stakeholders by participating on FWCP’s regional Boards.

 

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Community Engagement Grants

Apply for a Community Engagement Grant up to $1,500 to help stewardship groups and others take action to benefit local fish and wildlife.

 

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Program News

Our Program Partners

The Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program is a partnership between BC Hydro, the Province of B.C., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, First Nations and public stakeholders to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife in watersheds impacted by BC Hydro dams.