Invasives Education: Yellow Flag Iris Removal Workparty

defaultThe Wetlands Team had a busy weekend! On Saturday June 10th we were at Cheam Lake Wetlands Park bright and early to begin preparations for a long day of Yellow Flag Iris removal and native species planting. With the help of some hardworking volunteers, and a group of nature-loving kids, we were able to take … Continue reading

Like Social Media? Join our Creative Communications Team!

The Wetlands Education Program is seeking a Creative Communications Assistant to join our team. This individual will work with the Creative Communications Lead and the Wetlands Education Program Coordinator to promote wetland conservation and stewardship within BC. Work will largely be from home with occasional attendance of events, monthly meetings and email correspondence. A non-profit … Continue reading

Coastal Waterbird Survey

Waves resurface food  Birds gather at winter time Count them from the beach Birds are great indicators for assessing the state of our environment.  They inhabit forests, lakes, oceans and wetlands.  They migrate thousands of kilometres and rely on healthy ecosystems along their journey.   Programs like those developed by Bird Studies Canada provide a platform … Continue reading

Join our Volunteer Team!

The Wetlands Education Program is seeking a Creative Communications Assistant to join our team. This individual will work with the Volunteer Creative Communications Lead and the Wetlands Education Program Coordinator to promote wetland conservation and stewardship within BC. Work will largely be from home with occasional attendance of events, monthly meetings and email correspondence. A … Continue reading

Kamloops Update

Weather is warming and a seasonal update is long overdue.  The Strawberry site is still frozen.  However, even in January,  a small area of open water was being used by a variety of critters as evidenced by the number of tracks circling the water. The big surprise though, was Stud Pasture.  We had put 3 barley straw … Continue reading

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