One of our PCAF grant recipients is looking for volunteers to help with their citizen science project. The British Columbia American Kestrel Nest Box Program is a Citizen Scientist initiative that involves the installation of nest boxes in BC to help kestrels find safe and secure places to nest and to facilitate observation and monitoring […]
HCTF is looking for a new Communications Officer. This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced communications professional who is passionate about BC’s fish, wildlife and habitat. Check out our Careers page for more details on this position and how to apply.
VICTORIA – To get more students out of the classroom and into the great outdoors, BC Parks is contributing $30,000 from the sales of specialty licence plates to the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation’s (HCTF) GO Grants Program. “By supporting the GO Grants Program, we are giving youth a chance to experience nature and gain […]
HCTF has just approved grants for 21 community conservation projects under our PCAF program. PCAF (Public Conservation Assistance Fund) provides grants of up to $10,000 for BC fish and wildlife conservation projects with a strong volunteer component. The following projects will receive PCAF grants this year: Project Name Sponsor Project Description Moberly Lake […]
Thank you to Mike Bridger and the rest of the Northeast mountain goat survey crew for sending us some great photos from their flights last summer. Beautiful Wokkpash Lake, about 140 kilometres west of Fort Nelson: Nanny goats and kid in the snow. Note the slanted horn on the leftmost adult. Mountain goats on […]