Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Stories From the Field

  • Northern leopard frog (Photo by NCC)
    A green light on stewardship: summer field work in BC

    Once field season strikes, it’s go-time for the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) BC stewardship team.
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  • Sage thrasher (Photo by Dick Cannings)
    Droning on for conservation

    This summer, researcher Dr. Rhonda Millikin is taking drones out into the field (or over it) to map sage thrasher habitats.
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  • Honey bee (Photo from Bees Matter)
    On the ground and in the air

    This summer, researchers are flocking to NCC conservation areas across the province to monitor and track key species and habitats.
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  • Ray Van Steinburg, Pine Butte Ranch (Photo by NCC)
    Remembering Ray Van Steinburg

    Ray Van Steinburg dedicated his life to ranching in the grasslands of the East Kootenay. Thanks to his visionary partnership with NCC, Pine Butte Ranch is one of BC’s best examples of working ranches contributing to conservation.
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  • Wolf in the Woods - from Sea Cider's Canadian Invasion series (Photo by Sea Cider)
    Canadian Invasion

    Throughout April, Sea Cider Farm & Ciderhouse is making it easy to support conservation and help control invasive species while enjoying some of BC's best cider.
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  • Western bluebird (Photo by Ryan Hetschko)
    Bringing back the bluebirds

    In 2016, the Cowichan Valley experienced a baby boom of western bluebirds, which only five years earlier had no longer existed on Vancouver Island. Find out about the highly successful relocation project that has seen the return of these charming songbirds to their historical range on Vancouver Island.
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