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Woof! Here comes the working dog.

One of the greatest issues cheetahs face is human-wildlife conflict. With so many farmers relying on goats, sheep, and cattle for income, cheetahs and other predators are seen as threats to their livelihoods. 436 more words


Care a Whole Awful Lot: Small Changes Make Big Differences in Butterfly Conservation

By Julian Wilson

Rice Paper Butterfly by Julian Wilson

Gold Lantana by Julian Wilson

In the words of the beloved Seuss character the Lorax, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, it’s not going to get better, it’s not.” This philosophy applies to all conservation efforts, not just Seuss’s fictional Truffula trees. 792 more words

Conservation Biology Posts


New Walt hauls in the line by hand.  He’s a big guy, with a strong back.  My job is to un-snap the hooks from the main line, take off the old bait and toss it, and collect the hooks, leaders, and snaps into a bucket.  1,266 more words


Respond to the Environmental Assessment Review Panel re Roberts Bank Terminal 2 by Oct 28, 2016

If you have concerns about Port Metro Vancouver’s proposed Terminal 2 at Roberts Bank, you have till Friday, October 28 to respond. (That’s until midnight, but send your comments before 9 p.m. 296 more words


IHBC NW Newsletter (April 2014)

IHBC NW Newsletter (April 2014)

Contents of the IHBC NW Newsletter from April 2014 include:

  • A Little Less Conservation – Recent article by Planning on how councils are coping with heritage staff cuts…
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IHBC NW Newsletter (April 2013)

IHBC NW Newsletter (April 2013)

Contents of the IHBC NW Newsletter from April 2013 include:

  • AGM 2012 – Chester Lorra Fun
  • IHBC Council News
  • Replacement windows.
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IHBC NW Newsletter (Spring 2011)

IHBC NW Newsletter (Spring 2011)

Contents of the IHBC NW Newsletter from Spring 2011 include:

  • Recent Appeal Decisions
  • IHBC NW Branch Business
  • Calendar
  • Annual School Bursaries…
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