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Created by: NatureKids BC

We can build bridges and tunnels to help amphibians cross roads near their migratory pathways, but we need to know where to build them in order to have the most impact. Enter the road survey, where NatureKids in partnership with local stewardship organizations and experts count amphibians, both alive and dead, to determine where infrastructure placement would be most effective.
Jan 15th, 2021


Created by: NatureKids BC

Citizen science is a great hands-on learning tool to get children and youth involved in real science. In June, July and August, youth can get involved with evening bat counts and submit data that will help scientists to monitor bat populations. Youth also learn new things about the nocturnal world around them. At other times of the year, youth can be involved with the stewardship component by learning how to improve important bat habitat. Youth can also be empowered to help bats by raising awareness and telling others about the importance of bats.
Jan 15th, 2021


Created by: NatureKids BC

NatureKids BC recently finished its two-year long Bird Aware Cat Care Youth Citizen Science Project. It’s part of a national effort led by Nature Canada called “Keep Cats Safe & Save Bird Lives” of which NatureKids BC is an official partner. Read more about what we learned in our final project report, read a story published in NatureWILD magazine written by one of our junior scientists and watch our educational video.
Jan 15th, 2021


Created by: NatureKids BC

A guide to help you identify pollinators in various flowers in British Columbia, Canada
Jan 15th, 2021


Created by: NatureKids BC

A guide to help you identify insects found through the leaf litter of British Columbia, Canada
Jan 15th, 2021


Created by: NatureKids BC

We are inviting families, clubs and schools to learn about and get involved with pollinator citizen science through surveys and stewardship action. Citizen science is a great hands-on learning tool to get children and youth involved in real science and helps them learn new things about the world around them. The stewardship component engages youth in stemming the decline of pollinators by planting with plants that produce food for pollinators – pollen and nectar.
Jan 15th, 2021

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