Luxor Linkage Conservation Area (Photo by Bonnie-Lou Ferris)

Luxor Linkage Conservation Area (Photo by Bonnie-Lou Ferris)

Luxor Linkage: Connections to Land and Water

May 7, 2019
Location: Edgewater, BC, Canada

Looking west to the Purcell Mountains, across Luxor Linkage (Photo by Bonnie-Lou Ferris)

Looking west to the Purcell Mountains, across Luxor Linkage (Photo by Bonnie-Lou Ferris)

Join Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) staff, along with expert birder Cam Gillies, for a special bird tour of the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC's) Luxor Linkage Conservation Area, north of Edgewater.

Luxor Linkage stretches from the Columbia River wetlands, across Highway 95 and into the Rocky Mountains. This area is a high-value corridor for wildlife and ecological communities. Named after one of the creeks that flow through the property and into the Columbia River wetlands, Luxor Linkage is home to an abundance of wildlife that relies on the area's grasslands, pockets of deciduous forest, wetlands and rocky outcrops. Participants will also see the results of recent habitat restoration efforts.

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Atlantic puffins (Photo by Bill Caulfield-Browne)