The Pender Harbour Wildlife Society presents biologist Michelle Evelyn on Tues. May 16 at 7pm at the Pender Harbour Secondary School.
Evelyn will describe work by the Sunshine Coast Wildlife Project in the fascinating Clowhom watershed, located at the head of Salmon Inlet, 32 km northwest of Sechelt. She will detail the field team’s surveys to identify key sites used by species at risk including owls, goshawks, swallows, amphibians, and bats, along with their ongoing efforts to improve habitat for wildlife in the valley by restoring wetlands and installing nesting and roosting structures. Hear all about nesting screech-owls, breeding toads, cutting edge environmental DNA and bat acoustic surveys.
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