Grassland Species Monitoring on BC’s First Family Day

On BC’s first Family Day 30 young and young-at-heart naturalists gathered at Brunswick Point in Delta to learn about grassland
birds and the habitats that they require for survival. We had a chance to see many interesting species, including the pugnacious Short-eared Owl, the powerful Harrier Hawk, the magestic Snowy Owl, and the patient Great-blue Heron. Together we collected important scientific
data on how birds are using this
critical habitat. 
The Grassland Habitat Monitoring Project is offered
by the YNC and Delta Farmland & Wildlife Trust and sponsored by Vancity and
the Habitat Conservation Trust Foundation.

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