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Estimated Daily Brant Count Report for 2022

Estimated Daily Brant Count Report for 2022

PQBWMA Brant Count 2022 Summary Estimated Daily Brant Count Report – 2022 By the Arrowsmith Naturalists For THE NATURE TRUST OF BRITISH COLUMBIA James Goodwin Count Coordinator and Compiler The 2022 Brant Primary Counts covered the full length of the Parksville...

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Brant Count – April 19, 2022

Brant Count – April 19, 2022

Small numbers of Brant were reported from each count area. North: at Surfside Drive West, Little Qualicum Estuary, there were 56 Brant along the shore. Central: French Creek and Columbia Beach, a total of 60 Brant were observed flying east in small groups. There were...

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Into the Future

Into the Future

Planning the 2021 Brant Wildlife Festival was like entering uncharted territory. The public health restrictions meant that we could not have gatherings or our traditional events, but with determination and public support, the self-directed festival was a success. This...

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Forage Fish – The Foundation of Our Marine Food Web

Forage Fish – The Foundation of Our Marine Food Web

In Our Waters: Part II by Ross Peterson Forage fish are the foundation of our marine food web. With Pacific sand lance, surf smelt and Pacific herring, these little fish support many of the more obvious icons that we associate with our coast, such as rock fish,...

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We acknowledge and thank the Qualicum, Snaw-naw-as, Snuneymuxw, K’ómox, Tseshaht, Hupacasath, and Ditidaht First Nations, on whose traditional lands the Mount Arrowsmith Biosphere Region is situated within.