Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Stories From the Field

  • Preparing the canoe to go to Swishwash Island, BC (Photo by NCC)
    Giving nature a facelift

    Environmentally degraded lands around British Columbia may be offered a new lease on life thanks to a new partnership between the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and NEXT Environmental Inc.
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  • University of Victoria student Megan Adams monitoring hair snags near Wuikinuxv Village, BC (Photo by ACS lab)
    Wild connections

    NCC is part of a multi-year, multi-partner research study to better understand the behaviour and land use needs of BC's west coast grizzly bears.
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  • Queen Victoria Mine gating team (Photo by Steve Blackmore)
    Securing the bat cave

    Abandoned mines are a favourite hang out for bats, but sometimes they need a little help in securing their dark, dank lair...
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  • Bat event on Chase Woods (Photo by Todd Carnahan)
    Chasing bats on Chase Woods

    One evening in late July a small group of biologists went searching for bats on Mt. Tzouhalem. Given that the mountain has perfect bat habitat – cliff-side caves and boulder fields, streams and thick forest – the group expected to at least find evidence of bat activity on their search. They weren’t disappointed.
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  • Invertebrate sampling, British Columbia (Photo by Nigel Finney)
    BC Interns 2013

    Meet our 2013 interns!
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  • Wood lilies
    The picturesque diversity of Columbia Lake

    Nestled in the Rocky Mountain Trench, Columbia Lake is a hotspot of biological diversity and a critical movement corridor for large carnivores and ungulates. This photo gallery shows off some of the areas most beautiful and important features.
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