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News

Lillooet Naturalist Society signs onto the Protected Places Declaration addressing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Minister Catherine McKenna (Environment and Climate Change Canada), to urge the government of Canada to protect at least 17 percent of lands and inland waters by 2020, for the reasons outlined in the Protected Places Declaration and in accordance with our commitments under the UN Convention on Biological Diversity.

 

Rafters Welcomed with Drum and Songs ( by Kim North for the BRLN August 29, 2018). The Rivershed Society of BC's Sustainable Living Leadership Program (SLLP) group rafted into Lillooet in the late afternoon of Saturday, Aug. 18 and was welcomed by Lemy7a at the Bridge River Fishing Rocks, and by Christine Jack, drumming a welcome song, and the Lillooet Naturalist Society at the pull-out at Cayoosh Creek Campground.

 

Celebration of Scott and Judy Bodaly at the Legion May 26th.  Tear and laughs and lots of appreciation for these two amazing volunteers, who, after many years, are moving to Kimberly. Many speeches of praise and thanks for all their service from the Mayor and community organizations. A standing ovation. We will miss them! Picture 1  Picture 2

 

Final Report to BC Nature Foundation - Sturgeon Project, Lillooet Naturalist Society, December 15, 2017

 

Letter from LNS President to Jati Sidhu, MP, re: Fisheries Act, August 14, 2017

 

Hunter-Funded Wildlife Management 'Huge Step Backwards' Article, BC Desmog Canada

 

Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program Wild Bytes - News From Our Coastal Region May 2017

 

BC Nature AGM and conference at Lillooet, BC ‘Canyon to Alpine’ May 4 – 6, 2017
REPORT to BC Nature and Funders   

Summary of Evaluations including comments

 

Sea to Sky Western Screech Owl and Great Blue Heron Stewardship Projects

 

Information regarding inventory and stewardship projects for Western Screech Owl and Great Blue Heron that is being undertaken in the Sea to Sky corridor in the spring/summer of 2017. Greg Ferguson is looking for volunteers to assist with these projects for the benefit of these species.  

  Western Screech Owl Project     Great Blue Heron Stewardship Project

President's Report to LNS Annual General Meeting January 29, 2017

 

BC Bat Action Team 2016-2020 Action Plan In Response to the Threat of White-nose Syndrome. BC Bat Action Plan: (Detailed PDF) (Sortable XLS Summary of Action

 

The Fisher Artificial Denbox Study 2015 Video

 

Bridge and Cheakamus Wolverine Inventory Report 2016 (PDF)

Nature's Voice - BC Nature's Periodical "E" News (PDF's) - November 2015    October 2015
 

BC Fishers Used To Repopulate Cascade Mountains with Endangered Animal - CBC November 30, 2015

Bridge River Fisher Project Presentation by Larry Davis, MSc., RPBio. 2015 (PDF)

Fisher (Pekania pennanti) Denbox Study Presentation by Larry Davis - (Full screen - press 'esc' key to exit)

P'egp'ig'lha Council Workshop on Wolverine
by Richard Weir and Fisher and Fisher Habitat Tool For Forestry Referrals Assessment

News Release - Off-road vehicle registration mandatory on Nov. 1, 2015 (PDF)
VICTORIA - Off-road vehicle registration and safety provisions are mandatory on Crown land
effective Nov. 1, 2015, following passage of regulations in support of the Off-Road Vehicle Act. https://news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2015FLNR0313-001725

Update from the Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program's Coastal Region March 2015 (including Bat-catcher: At-risk animals studied after rare capture)

Researchers net rare Spotted bats near Lillooet, By Matthew Robinson, Vancouver Sun, December 30, 2014

Peace for a Valley - Video by Peace Valley Environment Association

 

Canadian Species At Risk News Bulletins

 

Potential amendment of Schedule 1, the List of Wildlife Species at Risk under Species at Risk Act (SARA) Public Registry - Consultation Letter.

 

CONSULTATION ON AMENDING THE LIST OF SPECIES UNDER THE SPECIES AT RISK ACT
Terrestrial Species – January 2019

.Five of the species included in this national consultation are found in British Columbia. These include:
Acuteleaf Small Limestone Moss


Smoker’s Lung Lichen


Olive-sided Flycatcher


Common Nighthawk

Peregrine Falcon anatum/tundrius

The Recovery Strategy for Little Brown Myotis (Myotis lucifugus), Northern Myotis (Myotis septentrionalis), and Tri-colored Bat (Perimyotis subflavus) in Canada is posted as final on the Species at Risk Public Registry.