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Canadian Fishers Reintroduced in the USA

Canadian Fishers Reintroduced in the USA

Posted by Rudy Kehler at May 29, 2017 10:15 AM |

Historically a common species in Washington, fishers were over-trapped to extinction due to their highly valuable fur. Even after decades of absence from the ecosystem, fisher habitat and their prey base remains intact and abundant, making them exceptional candidates for a population restoration project. Washington is now actively restoring the fisher population by trans-locating fishers from a healthy British Columbia population to the evergreen state’s landscape.

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Incidental Observations of Wildlife

Incidental Observations of Wildlife

Posted by Rudy Kehler at May 25, 2017 08:07 AM |

British Columbia’s Natural Resource Sector would like to receive incidental observations of wildlife in the province. This includes healthy wild animals, fish, and plants, as well as sick, injured, or dead animals.

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The SCA, A SEEC Partner Organization

The SCA, A SEEC Partner Organization

Posted by Rudy Kehler at May 02, 2017 09:34 AM |

"I came back from my high school SCA experience more deeply invested in the conservation of the environment. Without a doubt, my high school SCA experience was a transformative learning experience. The five weeks that my crew and I spent building trails while living in a tent in Alaska not only developed my appreciation and desire to experience more of our natural world, but also demonstrated to me the vulnerability of the environment. "

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Who Are the SEEC Commissioners? Bhalwinder Waraich

Who Are the SEEC Commissioners? Bhalwinder Waraich

Posted by Rudy Kehler at Apr 11, 2017 06:00 PM |

Bhalwinder is an active community volunteer in the recreation, policing, education, and multiculturalism sectors, Active Board member of the Sunset Community Centre and served on Social Science and Research Council of Canada, Vancouver Police Chief Diversity Advisory Committee, Board and Foundation of the Vancouver Community College, and with the Canadian Sikh Studies and Teaching Society of BC.

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