Fish & Wildlife Compensation Program

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Audience:
K-12 Students Youth Adults Families
Seasons:
Spring Summer Fall Winter
Themes:
Water Ecosystems/Wildlife

Perfect for: K-12 Students, Youth, Adults, Families.

To fund projects that help conserve and enhance fish and wildlife in watersheds that have been impacted by BC Hydro dams.


Regional Districts:CSRD, RDCK, RDEK, RDKB
School Districts:SD5, SD6, SD8, SD10, SD19, SD20, SD51
Activities:Presentations, Events, Resources, Stewardship/Sustainability Projects

Juvenile Sturgeon Releases: 
  Juvenile White Sturgeon releases in the Lower Columbia River and Reveltoke areas; to provide a "hands-on" opportunity to learn more about this endangered species. (April/May)  More Info

Turtle Day, Cranbrook: 
  Learn about the life cycle of the Blue-listed Western Painted Turtle, and see newly emerged hatchling from turtle nests at Elizabeth Lake (April)  More Info

Critter Day, Beaver Creek Park, Trail: 
  Learn about - and see - many of the reptiles and amphibians that call the Pend d'Oreille and Trail area home. (May)  More Info

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