Facilitating the protection and restoration of species and ecosystems at risk on BC’s South Coast


The Value of Indicators - now posted to our You Tube channel

For those that were unable to tune in, or those that would like an encore, our webinar from last week with Josephine Clark of Metro Vancouver and Sarah Gergel from UBC is now posted to the SCCP’s You Tube channel through the following link: https://youtu.be/kgrfoS2RkaE

Event Resources

Conservation Connections 2018

On Oct 10th, 2018 the SCCP hosted its annual South Coast species at risk networking event. This year the event was held in North Vancouver and had almost 50 participants from a wide range of environmental backgrounds from across the South Coast. 

Endangered Times – Fall/Winter 2018: 'SEARious' Science

Bats in the Anthropocene: Conservation of Bats in a Changing World. 2016. Voigt and Kingston. Springer.

Endangered Times – Fall/Winter 2018: Programs & Resources:


Announcing our latest South Coast tools and resources hot off the e-press!

Tamsin Baker, SCCP Stewardship Coordinator:

Endangered Times Fall/Winter 2018: Species Pick!

Little Brown Myotis - Consumer of Moths and “Mozzies”

Endangered Times – Fall/Winter 2018: South Coast Voice

River’s Day Reflections

Contributed by Dr. John Richardson, University of British Columbia Department of Forest and Conservation Sciences / SCCP Steering Committee Chair.

Conservation Connections 2018

Upcoming Species at Risk Networking Event

Catch up with the SCCP and others involved in species at risk recovery for our annual South Coast species at risk gathering! This year, the event will be on October 10th and held in North Vancouver. There will be a number of speakers, including two engaging panels. There will be special focus on the Sunshine Coast and Sea-to-Sky Corridor. Registration is required with the deadline being October 5th. For more information, including the agenda, and to register - click HERE.

For gardens in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley

New Release! Gardening with Native Plants Guide

The widely anticipated 'Gardening with Native Plants in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley' guide has finally been released! This multi-paged colourful booklet is full of information to get you started in creating a wildlife habitat garden using native plants that will attract local critters such as birds, butterflies, bees, and more!

Owls and Land Snails

Two new South Coast Species at Risk Series released!

The SCCP is pleased to announce two new publications of its South Coast Species at Risk Series titled Getting to Know your Owls at Risk and Getting to Know your Land Snails at Risk. This is in addition to the first publication titled Getting to Know your Amphibians at Risk.


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