American Bullfrog Surveillance and Eradication Program
The American Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) is an aggressive invasive species that is native to eastern North America and is a direct threat to the survival of the Northern Leopard Frog and Western Painted Turtle. This project will help reduce the threat of the American Bullfrog through eradication at Lomond Lake and through a surveillance monitoring program throughout the region.
Meet our new Columbia Region board member Samara Kolasko Samara Kolasko is a biologist working in Revelstoke and has a M.Sc. from Simon Fraser University. She has six years of experience in terrestrial ecosystem conservation, […]
Three floating nest platforms for common loons in the North Columbia have been recently monitored and maintained by Yucwmenlúcwu (Splatsin Caretakers of the Land LLP). All are in good condition and covered with vegetation. […]
Conserving wildlife corridors in the face of climate change Twelve wildlife corridors in our Columbia Region have been identified as part of the Kootenay Connect: Riparian Wildlife Corridors for Climate Change project. It aims to […]