New fish and wildlife projects

100 projects approved for 2021-2022

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Check out the northern spotted owl webcam

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Chick B Photo: Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Program

Coastal Region

Chinook surveys conducted

12 sites on the Yalakom River

Bridge-Seaton River Watershed

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Photo: iStock John Fader

Coastal Region

24 northern leopard frog egg masses found

Columbia Region

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Photo: Kat McGlynn

Columbia Region

207 hair samples collected from fishers and martens

Peace Region

 

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Photo: Chris Gale Wild North Photos

Peace Region

Annual Newsletter

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Wood frog Photo: Alana Higginson BC Wildlife Federation

100 Projects Approved 2021-2022

31 Coastal Region Projects 2021-2022

43 Columbia Region Projects 2021-2022

26 Peace Region Projects 2021-2022

The northern spotted owl webcam is back!

See Canada’s rarest owl, live from the Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Program!

 

 

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100 projects approved for 2021–2022

Our three regional boards have approved funding for 100 fish and wildlife projects for 2021–2022, including 31 in our Coastal Region, 43 in our Columbia Region, and 26 in our Peace Region. Together, the boards approved $9.4 million.

Learn more. Read our project lists and check out interactive maps for our Coastal, Columbia, and Peace regions.

If you currently have an FWCP grant, access our online grant management system here.

 

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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.