Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Gullchucks Estuary, BC

Stories From the Field

  • Sage and Sparrow Conservation Area (Photo by NCC)
    Managing invasives in the South Okanagan

    What does it mean to steward a conservation area? Can’t nature take care of itself, if we just keep out of its way?
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  • The largest larch, Darkwoods, BC (Photo by NCC)
    The largest larch

    When you are just one tree among thousands in the diverse forests of Darkwoods, what does it take to stand out?
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  • A meadow of common camas in bloom at the Cowichan Garry Oak Preserve (Photo by Paul Hacker)
    Harbours of biodiversity

    How high-flying drones are helping us read the nutrient content of plants in Garry oak meadows.
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  • A song sparrow sings at Chase Woods. (Photo by Ren Ferguson)
    Eavesdropping on silence

    Acoustic ecology is helping us hear how full of sound a peaceful nature-scape really is.
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  • Gámdas Tlagée (Photo by Haida Laas-Graham Richard)
    Everything depends on everything else

    Connectivity is a word that can have many meanings. In the world of conservation, it is central to the essence of healthy, viable and biodiverse ecosystems. In Haida Gwaii, this idea goes even deeper.
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  • Wetland restoration expert Tom Biebighauser talks to NCC staff about the wetland restoration process. (Photo by NCC)
    Reclaiming a lost wetland

    From wetland to hayfield and back again: how we are reclaiming a lost marsh wetland in the Cowichan Estuary.
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