Wildlife Conservation

We are fortunate to live in a community with an abundance of nature and wildlife, but it also comes with great responsibility.  We need to respect the relationship we have with our feathered and furred neighbours to keep everyone safe.

 

Staying Safe Around Wildlife

The easiest way to prevent conflicts human-wildlife conflicts is to remove all wildlife attractants. E.g., keep food indoors, clean BBQs, collect ripened fruit, birdseed limitations, and compost & proper waste/compost management.

Visit these websites for more information on staying safe around wildlife:

 

Who Do I Call If I See A Problem?

BC Conservation Call Centre/Conservation Officer Service
1 877 952 7277 (RAPP) or text #7277 (available 24/7)
Call for immediate public safety concerns concerning wildlife and the environment, for example:
  • bear or cougar sighting
  • large animals that have been injured
  • toxic dumping

More information on the RAPP program can be found here.