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  Wildbytes Peace Region September 2021  

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37 Portage Creek Chinook successfully spawned

Helping rebuild Chinook stocks in the Bridge-Seton Watershed Unprecedented broodstock collection efforts took place from October 15–28, 2019, resulting in the first ever successful spawning of Portage Creek Chinook in the Bridge-Seton River Watershed. Gametes (reproductive […]

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Photo: iStock, randimal

Over 12,000 seedlings planted to reforest Klinse-Za caribou habitat

Restoring habitat to support endangered caribou in our Peace Region Habitat of the at-risk Klinse-Za caribou herd has been restored in the Mount Bickford area near Chetwynd, including the deactivation and reforestation of 2.3 kms […]

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Photo: Nîkanêse Wah tzee Stewardship Society

Restoration work at Reflection Lake benefits habitat

Cattail control at Reflection Lake benefits marsh birds Restoration work at Reflection Lake near Golden has improved breeding habitat for marsh birds, including the sora, Virginia rail, pied-billed grebe, wood duck, hooded merganser, and the […]

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Photo: Goldeneye Ecological Services

45 bat houses installed

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 […]

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Photo: Sunshine Coast Wildlife Project

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Action Plans: Coastal Region

Click the links below to read Coastal Region action plans Overview: Coastal Watershed Action Plans Alouette River Watershed Action Plan Ash River Watershed Action Plan Bridge River and Seton River Watersheds Action Plan Campbell River […]

Coastal Region

37 Portage Creek Chinook successfully spawned

Helping rebuild Chinook stocks in the Bridge-Seton Watershed Unprecedented broodstock collection efforts took place from October 15–28, 2019, resulting in the first ever successful spawning of Portage Creek Chinook in the Bridge-Seton River Watershed. Gametes (reproductive […]

Coastal Region

Grant requirements and guidance

Follow our regional requirements and guidance Our annual grant intake for fish and wildlife projects is now open. We fund projects in our Coastal, Columbia, and Peace Regions that align with our regional action plans. […]

Provincial

Info kits for grant applicants

Info kit: guidance for grant applicants Our annual grant intake is now open, and we are accepting grant applications until Friday, October 29, 2021, for projects starting as early as April 1, 2022. If you’re […]

Provincial

Peace Region Notice of Intent

Submit your mandatory notice of intent If you are applying for a grant in our Peace Region, you must submit a mandatory notice of intent (NOI), as a first step toward completing your online grant […]

Peace Region

Restoration work at Reflection Lake benefits habitat

Cattail control at Reflection Lake benefits marsh birds Restoration work at Reflection Lake near Golden has improved breeding habitat for marsh birds, including the sora, Virginia rail, pied-billed grebe, wood duck, hooded merganser, and the […]

Columbia Region