Understanding critical habitat needs for our rarest South Coast amphibian:
In 2013 Monica Pearson, renowned Oregon Spotted Frog champion co-authored a report on how to define the most relevant conservation habitat needs for ‘OSF’, a highly imperiled amphibian at risk in the Fraser Valley.
Transition, transition, transition! The South Coast Conservation Program like just about any other organization is not static. As a non-profit joint venture we are at the whim of grant funding cycles, sponsorship opportunities and partner capacity. This year has had its high and low points in that regard.
Join the SCCP and the Fraser Valley Conservancy for a family-friendly event.
There will be fun displays, games and food.
Come celebrate the fascinating and rare critters that call Chilliwack home.
Learn to enhance your backyard for wildlife.
Hosted at the Local Harvest Market - 7697 Lickman Road, Chilliwack, BC
10am to 2pm
Meet our special guest:
Stomper the Barn Owl!
Join the SCCP in partnership with the Fraser Valley Conservancy on Saturday, Aug. 6th, 2016 for a fun biologist-led nature walk on the top of Chilliwack Mountain! This is a great opportunity to explore this relatively new park and learn about the interesting critters that call it home. Click HERE for more details.
The South Coast Conservation Program along with the Painted Turtle Conservation Project, South Coast Bat Action Team and Environment Canada and Climate Change/Canadian Wildlife Service invite you to join us for the first ever Species At Risk day on May 21 at Science World in Vancouver.This event is the first in Canada to celebrate the unique, rare and important plants and an