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Planting A Bur Oak

Planting A Bur Oak Written by Anthony Siegrist, A Rocha Ontario Director July 2024 The other parents and I were getting off the school bus, when [...]

Planting A Bur Oak2024-07-16T07:12:16-07:00

Frogs, Food and Finches

Frogs, Food and Finches Written by Natalie Allen, Tatalu Conservation Resident, pictured above. --- Arriving at A Rocha BC has been a season of new encounters. A new place, a [...]

Frogs, Food and Finches2024-05-31T16:54:29-07:00

A Cause for Shell-ebration

Native oysters rebounding in Boundary Bay Written by Amelia Hesketh, former Restoration Biologist --- The bustling tube feet of sea stars, the biting chelipeds of crabs, the sporadic squirts of [...]

A Cause for Shell-ebration2024-04-04T20:52:04-07:00

Nature’s Voice

Written by past Tatalu Conservation Resident, Isabel Gutierrez, pictured on the left above. --- My experience at A Rocha has been full of delight for all the different languages each [...]

Nature’s Voice2024-01-26T16:59:50-08:00

Plastic-Free February

Images by Sören Funk February is Plastic-free Month Microplastics are the material left behind when plastics decompose. They have been found in human blood, lungs and even in unborn foetuses - a new study in Europe [...]

Plastic-Free February2023-12-21T14:45:39-08:00