Congratulations to lead author @ClaytonTLamb and all contributors! The article “Forbidden fruit: human settlement and abundant fruit create an ecological trap for an apex omnivore.” Clayton T. Lamb, Garth Mowat, Bruce McLellan, Scott E. Nielsen, Stan Boutin, came out of the ongoing HCTF-funded South Rockies Grizzly Bear Project. Since 2006 this project has monitored grizzly […]
HCTF grant recipients Delta Farmland and Wildlife Trust have been working with farming operations on the Fraser River delta to enhance farmland with winter cover crops of cereal grasses, forage grasses, clovers and legume mixtures. Not only does this enrich the fertility of the soil, it also provides much needed fuel for migrating waterfowl passing […]
The focus of GO Grants is to help get students learning and participating in hands-on experiences in nature. Field trip grant applications are available to K-12 classes and schools in BC to experience BC’s biodiversity. For more information visit: https://www.hctfeducation.ca/go-grants/
A reminder to all applicants that our 2019 deadline for applications is January 28, 2019 at 4:30 PM PST For more information visit: https://hctf.ca/apply-for-funding/invasive-mussel-monitoring/
The South Chilcotin Mountains in south-central British Columbia are well-recognized as a wildlife haven, and contain some of the province’s most iconic wilderness species. However, there is little understanding of how an increasing human footprint in this region impacts the diversity and abundance of species. There is little information available on the key factors that […]