Twenty-four northern leopard frog egg masses were found in the Creston Valley in the last field season, one of the highest observed counts since monitoring started there in 2000. The field team caged 18 of the egg masses to protect them from predators and increase survival for this endangered amphibian.
Columbia Region Board members (October 2019) are responsible for guiding our work. Their work is supported by fish and wildlife technical committees. Board members from left: Rob Neil, Kim Cox, Moss Giasson, Misun Kang, Wendy […]
Giles Shearing joins our Columbia Region board Giles Shearing has been selected as the newest public representative on our Columbia Region board. He lives in Revelstoke and his work and personal interests have taken him […]
Improving Rainbow Trout spawning habitat at Murphy Creek Members of the Trail Wildlife Association (TWA)worked with biologists from the Okanagan Nation Alliance and other volunteers to give Murphy Creek Spawning Channel a makeover in 2018. […]