Canada’s National Observer, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter
Birders and biologists are banding together to urge the B.C. government to protect ancient forests on southwestern Vancouver Island in a bid to save threatened marbled murrelet nesting sites.
Around a dozen citizen scientists are documenting the rare robin-sized seabird, which raises its young in old-growth forest found in tree farm licence (TFL) 46, which includes the Fairy Creek region near Port Renfrew, said team leader and avid birder Royann Petrell.Continue reading ‘Birders, not blockaders’ ask B.C. to protect old-growth in Fairy Creek to save marbled murrelets