Category Archives: Conservation

Do you have a bat box?

This article about a Canada-wide community science project is contributed to our website (and other outlets) by Karen Vanderwolf, a PhD student at Trent University and Research Associate at New Brunswick Museum. A more detailed article will appear in CVN’s … Continue reading

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Vanier Garry oaks project next step – delegation to Courtenay Council

In March, our Board of Directors approved a CVN proposal for a restoration and stewardship pilot project to protect and enhance Garry oaks in Vanier Forest. Much research and planning work has already been done by a dedicated team of … Continue reading

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Recording available for talk on bryophyte research in Strathcona Park

The Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists recently hosted the following webinar, to which CVN members and the general public were invited: Title: Citizen Science Engagement in Surveys of Bryophytes and Lichens in Strathcona Provincial ParkSpeaker: Daniel TuckerDate: Sunday, May 9, … Continue reading

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Learn about citizen science in surveys of bryophytes in Strathcona Park

The Canadian Society of Environmental Biologists is hosting a free online lecture as follows: Title: Citizen Science Engagement in Surveys of Bryophytes and Lichens in Strathcona Provincial ParkSpeaker: Daniel TuckerDate: Sunday, May 9, 2021Time: 7:00 p.m. PDT This talk is … Continue reading

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