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Tune in, Turn off and Go Outside!

In celebration of Family Day, Sierra Club BC staff have pledged to turn off our devices and spend some time enjoying the nature we work so hard to protect.
Drum net seiner in Johnstone Strait
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Ecosystems 101: Beneath the waves

In warm water years, like El Niño years, the majority of the…
Sockeye Salmon
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Do sockeye salmon take detours?

Did you know that the Fraser River sockeye have two migration routes for their journey 'home' to spawn?
Cycling in the rain
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My winter of rain

Lisa, our Education Program Manager, reflects on the El Niño
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SLIP AND SLIDE: Blue-grey Taildropper Slug

Slugs are among the most marvelous critters out there.…
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Confessions of a Recovering Car Nut

By Gerry Gaydos  (Originally posted Sep. 2014) Hi. My name…
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Species Story: Dwarf Mistletoe

Smooch-inducing mistletoe can indeed be a menace . All species of mistletoe are parasitic, extracting water and carbohydrates directly from the host tries they live on.
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Counting our Blessings: Reflections on working in the conservation movement

Earlier this year, Dr. Colin Campbell, Sierra Club BC's Science Advisor of 10 years, retired.