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Sun, May 29


Brickers Cider

Wildlife Camera Monitoring Project Meeting

Learn about opportunities to get involved in collaborative wildlife monitoring projects

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Wildlife Camera Monitoring Project Meeting
Wildlife Camera Monitoring Project Meeting

Time & Location

May 29, 2022, 2:00 p.m. – May 30, 2022, 4:00 p.m.

Brickers Cider, 6642 Norwest Bay Rd, Sechelt, BC V0N 3A8, Canada

About the event

The Community Forest co-Hosted an information session with Alexia Constantinou and Trent Maynard on wildlife camera trapping last September. Since then, we’ve accepted a camera trapping proposal prepared by Trent and Alexia, and our team of habitat ecologists lead by Laurie Kremsater has been working on incorporating what they have identified as the most ecologically valuable habitat in the community forest into a draft landscape level reserve design. We are ready to get to work with monitoring those areas identified as the best habitat as well as other areas, to compare them.

This meeting is for anyone interested in participating in this camera monitoring project to come and get to know each other, and discuss our objectives and next steps. This will be informal and everyone interested is welcome to join, please feel free to invite anyone in the community who is already using wildlife cameras for personal interest and who may be interested in collaborating on this research project. Benefits will include receiving professional guidance on monitoring strategies and data review, being responsible for one or few cameras but getting to share the findings from dozens of cameras, and knowing that your participation contributed to planning that will protect important habitat in the community forest into reserves.

RSVP is optional, but if we know you're coming we can save you a seat!  

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