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Species Specific: Thayer's Gull

In B.C., there are at least 8 different species of gulls. Thayer's gull is one of them. Learn all about this local bird, how to identify it, and where to find it.
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Victory! Environmental education returned to B.C. education curriculum.

Environmental education has been returned to B.C’s education curriculum, thanks in large part to the efforts of Sierra Club BC and its supporters.
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YELP: Leaders of Today

At the end of this year’s Youth Environmental Leadership Program, we say goodbye to six of our youth, now graduating and moving on to further education and travel.
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More Muskeg: The Taiga Plains

The Taiga Plains is an ecoprovince that extends into the northeast corner of B.C., forming part of the traditional territories of Dene-thah, Dunne-za, Kaska Dene, and Sekani First Nations. It is a small portion of a larger ecozone of low-lying plains centred on the Mackenzie River.
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SLIP AND SLIDE: Blue-grey Taildropper Slug

Slugs are among the most marvelous critters out there. Now, for…
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Check out the video from YELP's Pull Together concert!

Sierra Club BC’s Youth Environmental Leadership Program (YELP)…
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Species Specific: Cloudberry

Across B.C., and much of the temperate world, berries are a surefire…
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Youth environmental leadership group raise over $3000 to stop Enbridge pipeline

Dancing, singing, painting, and eating delicious homemade baked goods – what better way to build community and stop Enbridge?

A Marsh? A Bog? A Swamp? A Fen?

Wetlands can be a bit baffling. What is a bog? Is it different than a fen? And what the heck is muskeg? The Northern Boreal Mountains ecoprovince is a great place to start in answering these questions.
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Species Specific: The Pacific Loon

Learn about the Pacific Loon. As it's name suggests, the Pacific Loon spends most of its year along the Pacific Coast in Canada, Northern US, and Japan.