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Field Guide to Noxious Weeds and Other Selected Invasive Plants

The Field Guide to Noxious Weeds and Other Selected Invasive Plants of British Columbia is in its 8th edition (2014), and provides descriptions and images for all weeds legislated under the BC Weed Control Act, both provincially and regionally. This popular booklet also

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National Stormwater Management Scorecard

Canada Freshwater Alliance surveyed 30 communities across Canada to assess their adoption of green infrastructure policies and projects. See the summary here.

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Osprey Nest Monitoring Data Sheet


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Creston Osprey Monitoring Workshop

Osprey Monitoring Workshop June 18th, 2017 in Creston, BC Lake Watchers Workshop Series Sunday, June 18th: 1:00PM-3:00PM – REGISTER HERE At the Wildlife Interpretation Centre in the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area, 1760 Wildlife Road, West Creston BC Join the Friends

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Nest Record Scheme -Biodiversity Centre for Wildlife Studies

  The British Columbia Nest Record Scheme is the largest and most active program for nesting birds in North America. Because of a huge coordinated effort throughout British Columbia, and with the assistance of regional coordinators and volunteers, British Columbia

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Osprey Nest Monitoring Behaviour- Power Point Presentation

Want to learn more about Osprey’s their nesting behaviour and how to monitor their activities during breeding, but did not have a chance to attend the Friends of Kootenay Lake Stewardship Society Workshops in May 2016. Take the time to

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E Flora BC Invasive Species Checklist

The following list provides a list of 163 invasive weeds of British Columbia

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Fish Habitat Assessment Procedures

There is an urgent need to renew the forest resources upon which an environmentally-sustainable British Columbia economy depends. Past land management practices have lessened the productive capacity of both forest lands and, especially, fish-producing waters.

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