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Bat Surveys All Wrapped Up

The Conservancy’s second annual Community Bat Program has increased in size with several important milestones including: a celebrated Community Bat presentation by HAT wildlife biologists, 18 bat surveys across Mayne Island, and over 100 bat sightings. These observations coupled with guano samples support species identification and assist in monitoring population Read more…

Spring Updates

The campaign to save St. John Point is proceeding well. If you have friends and neighbours just arriving on Mayne Island for the season, please take a moment to tell them about the Save St. John Point Campaign, or direct them here to our website. We have been working closely with Read more…

Gathered to do some post-walkabout planning.

Taking a Walkabout

By Karen Robinson Having joined the Mayne Island Conservancy the spring after I purchased my property on Beechwood Drive, I immediately took advantage of the Conservancy’s Walkabout program in order to learn more about both the native and invasive species on my land. Biologist Rob Underhill and Conservancy Executive Director Read more…