Conserving wildlife habitat in the Puntledge River Watershed
A 55-acre parcel of land has been protected within the headwaters of Morrison Creek, which Fisheries and Oceans Canada considers the best salmon-producing river of its size in the Comox Valley! The area provides important habitat for large mammals, fish, amphibians, and birds, including species at risk. In fact, one species, the Morrison Creek lamprey, isn’t found anywhere else on earth. Comox Valley Land Trust acquired the land for conservation with funding support from the FWCP.
Studying Chinook and Bull Trout in the Bridge-Seton Watershed Electrofishing surveys conducted at 12 spatially distributed sites on the Yalakom River in the Bridge Seton River Watershed by Coldstream Ecology in October 2019, showed four […]
Conserving bats and their habitat in the Clowhom River Watershed Bats in the Clowhom River Watershed will benefit from 45 newly installed bat houses. A local maternity box cluster—used by more than 600 bats—has been […]