Here are links to articles about our project:
- What is a wildlife corridor and why should you care about it?: (Squamish Chief September 2022)
- Connectivity is Key: (BC Nature Fall 2022 magazine, p. 13)
- Sea to Sky Wildlife Project Seeks Information from Public: (Squamish Chief February 2023)
- SFU Researcher Monitors Squamish Wildlife Activity: (Squamish Chief August 2023)
- Finding Refuge in a Changing Landscape: (BC Nature Winter 2023 magazine, coming soon)
Photo above courtesy of Brian Aikens: a beaver pair in the Squamish Valley. Beavers are important for their work creating and maintaining habitat for many other species. Like river otters, another species that we think of as water-based, they can be vulnerable to collisions with motor vehicles on our roads and highways.