Waving hello to the weekend! Congratulations to our #BCWFPhotoContest Winner @stan_novotny_wildlife! We hope everyone has a fantastic weekend. Be sure to tag us in your photos for a chance to be featured!
The Heart of the Fraser is in peril. Herrling and Carey Islands, two large islands that are in the stretch of the Fraser between Mission and Hope, are under imminent threat.
These islands provide prime spawning habitat for chum salmon and white sturgeon. Yet, developers have applied to build bridges to these islands which, if approved, would lead to the destruction of critical fish habitat for agriculture or subdivisions. This could also increase flood risk in the surrounding communities. These bridges must not be approved!
WILL YOU STAND WITH US?
Visit our website and look for the Defend the Heart of the Fraser tab. Sign the petition and contact your MLA! 📷: Jessica Rodriguez
Day 3 of monitoring wetlands: Salix and Sedge was beautiful! Turns out monitoring 2 wetlands a day leaves little time for sleep... but we will persevere! Passing it off to the Okanagan Fall Hunting and Outdoor Show for the weekend !!
Weekends are made for adventures! The BCWF wishes you a happy and safe BC Day. Be sure to tag us in your photos for a chance to be featured. This photo was taken by Brian Ivany in Field BC.
We wish everyone a happy and adventure filled BC Day long-weekend with your friends and family! Our office will be closed on Monday, August 6th and will return to regular hours on Tuesday, August 7th. Here is a look at Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Provincial Park in Northern BC. 📷: @theycallmechook
Check out all the wildlife we spotted at Lazo Marsh today! Pacific tree frog, lots of inverts, and a wild Jason tromping through the dense reed canary! #wildlife#wetlandsconservation Back to the office tomorrow!
Hi! It’s Emily, Jason and Dan over in Comox having just finished up our second day in the field, doing vegetative surveys, soil samples, and deploying water temperature loggers. We visited this neat saline wetland on salt spring island yesterday. I would make a bed out of the super soft sand spurry we found there! #wetlandsconservation#saltspringisland
@kenhardiemp came by to say hi to our summer interns! Ken played a major role in increasing our Canada Summer Jobs funding which helped us hire Emily, Emma, Armaan and Derek. They are helping with our Wetlands Education Program and our Youth Programs over the summer! Thanks Ken!