Carnivores: An Indicator of Change in Forest Ecosystems?

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Thursday, February 25, 2016, 7:30 pm, Mackenzie Recreation Centre, 400 Skeena Avenue, Mackenzie

Free presentation on carnivores as a measure of change in forest ecosystems. This presentation with Dexter Hodder will explore select meso-carnivores – Northern River Otter, American Mink, Canada Lynx and American Marten – in north-central B.C. and the challenges they face as the result of human activities, using the John Prince Research Forest as a case study.

The John Prince Research Forest is jointly managed by Tl’azt’en Nation and the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) as a research and educational facility.

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Presented by UNBC’s Natural Resources & Environmental Studies Institute and funded by the FWCP.

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