Evening Presentation, Thu. April 3
The ecology and conservation of culturally significant food plants in Garry Oak and Maritime Meadow ecosystems of the Pacific Coast with Dr. Peter Arcese
With the removal of predators such as cougars, wolves and bears from the Southern Gulf Islands, black-tailed deer now occur at densities 10 times higher than in regions where predators or hunters are common. This talk will illustrate how deer have transformed native plant communities in BC and elsewhere in the world, and are now causing many once widespread species to become rare or extinct throughout the islands of the Georgia Basin.
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PInk Mountain Biodiversity Research Initiative
The NPSBC is helping spearhead a
effort to find out more about this ecological treasure of the North – before it's destroyed by development. Click here to find out more and how you can help!