Breaking Down Barriers at Bohomolec
August 23rd, 2018, 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Bohomolec, Coleman, Alberta
Infrastructure / Site Cleanup
Help improve habitat connectivity in the Crowsnest Pass! Whenever possible the Nature Conservancy of Canada works to remove unnecessary fencing from our conservation lands that prevent a barrier to wildlife movement.
Join us as we journey onto the Bohomolec Property to remove a stretch of barbed wire fence in an important wildlife corridor across the Crowsnest Valley.
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This 313 acre property is part of a significant wildlife corridor across the Crowsnest Valley. Secured in 2008 from a donation, it provides a valuable link between other conservation areas and contains critical habitats for wildlife such as local wintering Elk and Grizzly Bears. It’s diverse topography supports a variety of vegetation communities including coniferous forest, native grassland and mixed wood forest.What you will be doing
Volunteers will work alongside NCC staff to remove an unnecessary barbed wire fence that poses a hazard to wildlife.Why you will love it
Your hard work will help to create a barrier free corridor for wildlife to pass through!Questions?
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All tools and equipment will be provided, along with drinks and snacks. Please bring a lunch with you. Additional information will be sent to you after you have registered for the event. Event will go rain or shine.
While we do our best to provide you with the tools you need to participate, please bring the following items if you have them:
- Sturdy close-toed footwear
- Long shirt to protect from barbed wire
- Long pants
- Sun hat
- Rain gear (just in case)
- 1 Litre of water in a reusable water bottle
- Any necessary medication