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mollus.ca Home Canada Snails Bibliography Publications Further Info Contact Me Welcome First Species Account Goes Online … Monadenia fidelis is the first species account to go online . This ...
Reptiles of British Columbia
Species Account Photo Gallery Range Maps Reports & References Report your Sightings! More on Rattlers Just for Kids Reptiles as Pets Reptiles in the North More Web Links Snake Quiz Simply type a ...
Inside British ColumbiaCritter Care Wildlife Society (Langley)
Critter Care Wildlife Society Home Page
North Pacific Universities Marine Mammal Research Consortium (Vancouver)
The mission of the Consortium is to undertake a long-term program of research on the relation between fisheries and marine mammals in the North Pacific Ocean and Eastern Bering Sea. Studies will ...
Orphaned Wildlife Rehabilitation Society (O.W.L.) (Delta)
Pacific Northwest Raptors (Duncan)
Pacific Northwest Raptors specializes in training and working with captive-bred birds of prey, training their handlers, and in educating the public about raptors. We are located in Duncan, BC
Rest Q Sanctuary (Mayne Island)
About the Sanctuary Mission Statement Sanctuary Residents Recent Rescues Rest.Q in the News Ways You Can Help Summer Interns Sanctuary Tours Photo Gallery Gardens Related Links Pages Updated: ...
Sitegeist Media (Vancouver)
Insecta. Class Insecta. A website devoted to insects with photographs and information culled from the Spencer Entomological Museum, at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, British ...
Vancouver Island Marmot (Vancouver Island)
Notes and images of Vancouver Island marmots, updated from the Canadian Museum of Nature's Natural History Notebooks series.
Whale Friends (Vancouver)
Whale Friends is an activist network campaigning to phase-out the incarceration of whales and dolphins in the Vancouver Aquarium
Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre (Vancouver Island)
The BC SPCA Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre (Wild ARC) is located at 1020 Malloch Rd in Metchosin, British Columbia. As the only wildlife rehabilitation centre on southern Vancouver Island, Wild ARC treats over 1,800 wild animals annually from
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