Improving Understanding of Clowhom Watershed Species- and Habitats-at-Risk
Photo: J. Hobbs
Clowhom Watershed Species‐at‐Risk and Habitat Surveys
Year 4: This project will assess and map wetlands, and undertake comprehensive surveys of species‐at‐risk and their habitat within the Clowhom Watershed. The diverse public outreach and engagement components of the project will increase community participation in wildlife conservation initiatives and increase public awareness of the valuable wildlife and habitat stewardship activities supported by FWCP and its program partners.
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