Reports and Media2021-01-13T18:03:16-05:00

Vancouver Island Beggarticks

Raptors - Manitoba

Pocket Guide to Raptors of the Pembina Valley Region, Manitoba

Pembina Valley Bird Checklist 2015

“Manitoba’s Premiere Spring Raptor Migration Count Site: The Pembina Valley” by J. Paul Goossen, Al Schritt and Dorothy Schritt, appeared in Hawk Migration Studies, Vol. 36, No.1

Biodiversity Report Series No. 1 Results of the 2005 and 2006 spring raptor migration watch

Biodiversity Report Series No. 2 A report of a mini BioBlitz done at Morden’s Livingston Nature Park in 2009

Biodiversity Report Series No. 3 A report on the results of the 2012 spring raptor migration watch

Raptor Review 2010

Raptor Review 2011

Raptor Review 2012

Raptor Review 2013

Raptor Review 2014

Western Toads in the News

This year marked A Rocha’s seventh year monitoring a local Western Toad population. The huge numbers of juvenile toadlets emerging from their breeding pond along with A Rocha’s efforts to protect them as they made their way across roads into upland habitat attracted media attention.

2015 Conservation Science Presentations

Each semester A Rocha’s Conservation team at the Brooksdale Environmental Centre studies the health and inhabitants of the Little Campbell River watershed. Each trimester, staff, interns, volunteers, and partner organizations work on a number of projects.

This playlist includes our 7 projects undertaken in the summer of 2015. They include studies on: Western Toad, threats to the Northern Red-legged Frog, swallows, dissolved oxygen monitoring, Freshwater Mussels, Oregon Forestsnail and effective science communication.

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