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5 hours ago

Pearson Ecological

Amazing footage of Western Toad tadpoles in Cedar Lake near Campbell River.

Eiko Jones Photography
Follow along with Western Toad Tadpoles swimming in formation in Cedar Lake near Campbell River
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1 day ago

Pearson Ecological

When you spend as much time as we do in the field, you see a lot of beautiful places - but also heartbreaking scenes of environmental degradation.

This is especially true in the heat of summer, when too many of our waterways become stagnant death traps for fish due to low oxygen and high temperatures.

The solutions are technically fairly simple, but politically difficult. We need to greatly reduce nutrient inputs from manure and fertilizer, establish buffers of native trees and shrubs along the banks, and reconnect sloughs to the river where they have been cut off by flood control structures.
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When you spend as much time as we do in the field, you see a lot of beautiful places - but also heartbreaking scenes of environmental degradation.  This is especially true in the heat of summer, when too many of our waterways become stagnant death traps for fish due to low oxygen and high temperatures.  The solutions are technically fairly simple, but  politically difficult. We need to greatly reduce nutrient inputs from manure and fertilizer, establish buffers of native trees and shrubs along  the banks, and reconnect sloughs to the river where they have been cut off by flood control structures.

 

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So simple but do, so little political or agricultural will to change- aarrgghh!!

Drives me nuts! The Camp gates should be wide open and the intake channel open to the river.

1 day ago

Pearson Ecological

Hope Slough Survey, Reeves Road to Young Road
With Skwah First Nation and WaterWealth.

Thanks to Scott Julian, Ian Stephen and Nemo de Jong - fastest field crew ever!

We found quite a few fish (but no salmonids), and indications of some serious water quality problems.
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Fun!!

Mmm will need to keep working on revitalizing this system

Is that Scott Julian ??

Lol flip the boat when ur in there with him that’s my uncle

3 days ago

Pearson Ecological

Eco-Cultural Habitat Restoration with Katzie First Nation.

We are helping with construction of a wetland on the Alouette River floodplain for Wapato, an important traditional food in Coast Salish and Sto:lo culture . It's an exciting experiment and now ready for planting!

The project is led by Roma Leon and Mike Leon of Katzie, and Kelly Squires. Excavation by Calvin Park, who will be doing the digging for us for almost 2 months of habitat restoration work starting August 1.
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Once again we would like to thank you for your support in helping us make a difference in our territory. We greatly appreciate your teachings and guidance throughout our work. We look forward to seeing our wapato flourish

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