Western Toad

Western Toad

Find out more about our Species at Risk Western Toad Species: Western Toad – Anaxyrus boreasB.C. Status: YellowCOSEWIC Status: Special Concern Key Information: The Western Toad is frequently encountered on roads (in wet weather during spring and fall migrations), near...
Coastal Cutthroat Trout

Coastal Cutthroat Trout

Find out more about our Species at Risk Pacific Cuttrout Trout Species: Coastal Cut-throat Trout – Onchorynchus clarkii clarkii spp.B.C. Status: Blue Key Information: Coastal cutthroat trout are a subspecies of the cutthroat trout. All cutthroat trout are the same...
Northern Pygmy Owl

Northern Pygmy Owl

Find out more about our Species at Risk Northern Pygmy Owl Species: Northern Pygmy Owl – Glaucudium gnoma swarthi B.C. Status: Blue Key Information: This fearless little hunter is certainly unique to the owl family. About the size of a fist, the pygmy owl is a tiny...
Silver-spotted Skipper

Silver-spotted Skipper

Find out more about our Species at Risk Silver Spotted Skipper Species: Silver-spotted Skipper – Epargyreus clarus B.C. Status: Blue Key Information: These butterflies have been extirpated from the B.C coast for over 50 years, but one was spotted fluttering by a patch...
Threaded Vertigo

Threaded Vertigo

Find out more about our Species at Risk Threaded Vertigo Species: Threaded Vertigo – Nearctula spp. BC Status: Blue COSEWIC Status: Special Concern Key Information: This tiny little snail can be found in moist mixed forest stands, particularly on bigleaf maple trees...
Big Eared Bat

Big Eared Bat

Find out more about our Species at Risk Townsend’s Big-eared Bat Species: Townsend’s Big-eared Bat – Corynorhinus townsendii B.C. Status: Blue Key information: The Townsend’s big-eared bat is also commonly known as the lump-nosed bat. Their ears and their nose...
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