Happy Holidays

Happy holidays from all of us at the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation! One of the best parts of the holiday season is the opportunity to give thanks to everyone who has worked so hard and contributed so much to conservation in BC. To our proponents, partners, project volunteers, contributors, Board members, environmental educators and everyone striving to do their part to ensure a bright future for BC's fish and wildlife, we wish you all the very best of the season and look forward to continuing to work together in 2018.      HCTF Holiday Hours: Monday, December 25th: Closed Tuesday, December 26th: Closed Wednesday, December 27th: Open 8:30am- 4:30pm Thursday, December 28th: Open 8:30am- 4:30pm Friday, December 29th: Open 8:30am- 4:30pm Monday, January 1st: Closed Tuesday, January 2nd: Regular Business Hours Resume  

Some More of Our Favourite 2017 Photo Contest Entries

 Winners   |  Page 1  |   Page 2  |  Page 3   Following the announcement of our 2017 photo contest winners , here are some more of our favourite entries.       Otter in the Rain (above) and Mountain Bluebird (below) - Adam Wang Adam photographed this otter during a thunderstorm in Stanley Park, Vancouver BC and the mountain bluebird was photographed foraging on the beach in Boundary Bay Regional Park. "It was a rare sighting in that area," says Adam.  © Adam Wang           Northern Pygmy Owl and Water Vole  - Devon Yu The photographer of this year's winning photo also sent us this image of a Northern Pygmy Owl after a successful hunt in Coquitlam, BC. © Devon Yu     Trout for Two  - Ryan Cunningham Ryan sent us this adorable photo of his two children out fishing in the Cariboo. Their facial expressions and hands indicate the siblings have different feelings about the experience! © Ryan Cunningham      Winners   |  Page 1  |   Page 2  |  Page 3

HCTF Photo Contest Winners Announced


HCTF has announced the winners of its 2017 photo contest.

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Marten vs. Goshawk

What happens when a marten’s meal is interrupted by a curious goshawk? Watch the video  to find out!   Thanks so much to Shannon Crowley and Dexter Hodder for sharing this amazing footage from their HCTF-funded project ,  " Marten Population Responses to Accelerated Salvage Logging in MPB Stands in Central BC ".

Supplement to Green Legacies Guide now available

“ It should be on the shelf of every concerned donor and philanthropic advisor” . (Frank Minton, internationally-renowned gift planner and advisor, about the Green Legacies Guide ) The updated Green Legacies : A Donor’s Guide for BC  provides a wealth of information for both professional advisors and individuals contemplating gifts to benefit the environment.  A new Supplement has just been released, highlighting changes brought about by the past two Federal budgets.  The Guide (commonly known as the ‘ Green Legacies Guide’ ) and Supplement are available for download together  here .  Although it is written specifically for British Columbia donors, most of the information is applicable throughout Canada. For more information about the Guide, please contact Natasha van Bentum, CFRE of Give Green Canada by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Paul McNair, Land Trust Alliance of BC This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .