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(cover photo: Boya Lake / Destination BC)

On patrol with a BC Parks ranger

Posted on November 8, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Conservation | Our People

Tags: Rangers

Written by Sarah Bulford I’ve been thinking about the colour of my BC Parks ranger uniform jacket lately. It’s nothing special, just a pale green colour. But every time I look down at my... Read More

When tents fail: A Cape Scott Provincial Park story

Posted on November 6, 2018
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Categories: Featured | Our People | Outdoor Activities

Tags: Camping | cape scott | Hiking |

Cape Scott Provincial Park sits 563-kilometres from Victoria on the northwestern tip of Vancouver Island. I heard of it a few years ago when I was getting ready to hike the West Coast Trail. Cape... Read More

BC Parks and the projected climates of the 21st century

Posted on November 1, 2018
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Categories: Conservation

Tags: conservation | Living Lab |

B.C.’s impressive protected area system is comprised of protected areas that were established to protect representative ecosystems in the province, and specific habitat values characterized by the... Read More

Biocleaning station installed at Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park

Posted on October 30, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Conservation

Tags: bats | BC Parks | Conservation Project |

To protect bats against the spread of the deadly White Nose Syndrome (WNS), BC Parks has installed a biocleaning station at Horne Lake Caves Provincial Park. Believed to be the first of its... Read More

New name for provincial park a welcome change

Posted on October 22, 2018
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Categories: BC Parks News | Conservation | Featured

Tags: conservation | reconciliation |

Looking at the signs with the new Indigenous name for Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park, Chief Oliver Arnouse of the Little Shuswap Lake Indian Band cannot help but feel proud. It has been... Read More

 

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