Klinse-Za caribou herd size triples

Peace Region

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Peace Region

300 at-risk turtles released

Coastal Region

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Coastal Region

Annual Newsletter

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12 wildlife corridors identified

Columbia Region

 

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Columbia Region

95 Projects Approved 2022–2023

30 Coastal Region Projects 2022–2023

40 Columbia Region Projects 2022–2023

25 Peace Region Projects 2022–2023

95 projects approved for 2022–2023

The FWCP’s regional boards have approved ~$9.8 million for 95 fish and wildlife projects in 2022–2023, including 30 projects in our Coastal Region, 40 in our Columbia Region, and 25 in our Peace Region.

These projects will help conserve and enhance fish and wildlife in watersheds impacted by BC Hydro dams and support a wide range of species and habitats.

Explore interactive maps of our Coastal, Columbia, and Peace regions, read our project lists, and look at our project map.

 

Project lists

Owl webcam now live!

Watch Canada’s most endangered owl!

Our live webcam is now streaming from the Northern Spotted Owl Breeding Program in B.C.’s lower mainland.

Be sure to watch this year’s chicks!

Owl webcam

We're funded by BC Hydro

We’re a partnership between BC Hydro, the Province of B.C., Fisheries and Oceans Canada, First Nations and public stakeholders. Together, the partners work to conserve and enhance fish and wildlife in watersheds impacted by BC Hydro dams.

BC Hydro fulfills applicable water licence and voluntary commitments to address dam impacts through the work of the FWCP.

The FWCP is funded annually by BC Hydro. Read our annual reports.

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Community Engagement Grants

Apply anytime for a Community Engagement Grant up to $1000. These grants can help stewardship groups and others take tangible actions to benefit fish and wildlife in any of our regions.

 

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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.