ʔaq̓am records over 700 wildlife trees

Restoring grassland and open forest habitat in our Columbia Region ʔaq’am is starting a five-year project to turn a dense Douglas-fir forest into open range and open forest to benefit flammulated owls, long-billed curlews, Lewis’s […]

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Photo: Richard Klafki

200 bats inoculated

Developing and evaluating bat mitigation strategies About 200 bats in a Stave Lake colony have been successfully inoculated against white-nose syndrome—a disease causing mass die-offs in bat populations—through an innovative project by the Wildlife Conservation […]

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Little Brown bat Photo: Cori Lausen

You’re invited: caribou recovery presentation

UNBC public presentation: navigating the uncertain and difficult road to restoration and recovery of Klinse-Za caribou Guest presenter: Dr. Scott McNay Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020 Time: 12:00 p.m. (PST) Location: (online) unbc.ca/nres-institute/colloquium-webcasts 2020-2021 colloquium […]

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Caribou, photo: R. Buchanan

14 kms of stream habitat assessed for fish passage

Improving fish passage in our Peace Region More than 14 linear kilometres of stream habitat have been assessed in the Parsnip River Watershed near Mackenzie. The assessments were carried out over 17 separate streams above […]

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Photo: A. Irvine, New Graph Environment

Goats eating up invasive plants on the Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve

Controlling invasive plants in Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve A project using 195 goats to manage the invasive plant sulphur cinquefoil on eight hectares of rangeland on the Tobacco Plains Indian Reserve is working. Following the […]

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Photo: Myra Juckers

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ʔaq̓am records over 700 wildlife trees

Restoring grassland and open forest habitat in our Columbia Region ʔaq’am is starting a five-year project to turn a dense Douglas-fir forest into open range and open forest to benefit flammulated owls, long-billed curlews, Lewis’s […]

Columbia Region

200 bats inoculated

Developing and evaluating bat mitigation strategies About 200 bats in a Stave Lake colony have been successfully inoculated against white-nose syndrome—a disease causing mass die-offs in bat populations—through an innovative project by the Wildlife Conservation […]

Coastal Region

You’re invited: caribou recovery presentation

UNBC public presentation: navigating the uncertain and difficult road to restoration and recovery of Klinse-Za caribou Guest presenter: Dr. Scott McNay Date: Wednesday, November 18, 2020 Time: 12:00 p.m. (PST) Location: (online) unbc.ca/nres-institute/colloquium-webcasts 2020-2021 colloquium […]

Peace Region

14 kms of stream habitat assessed for fish passage

Improving fish passage in our Peace Region More than 14 linear kilometres of stream habitat have been assessed in the Parsnip River Watershed near Mackenzie. The assessments were carried out over 17 separate streams above […]

Peace Region

Info kits for grant applicants

Info kit: fall 2020 grant applications closed Fall 2020 grant applications closed on Friday, October 30, 2020. Read this info kit for important information about our grants, eligible projects, the application process, and how we […]

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