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Incidental Observations of Wildlife

Posted by Rudy Kehler at May 25, 2017 11:07 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.

Incidental Observations of Wildlife

Northern Rubber Boa I saw a few days ago. /rudy/

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. Incidental observations are important because they help biologists identify the real life distribution of wild animals and plants but they are also valuable for understanding the distribution of animal health issues.

Report your findings here!
- http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/wildlife/wsi/incidental_obs.htm

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