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General News · 4th October 2021
Dianna Stenberg
The Land Conservancy of British Columbia (TLC) is pleased to announce the creation of a 6.67-hectare (16.49-acre) conservation covenant. Located on the southern portion of Cortes Island, the conservation area expands a known wildlife travel corridor that straddles the southern boundary of the property and continues a network of protected areas linking Hank’s Beach Forest Conservation Park in the west to Poison Cove in the east. Columbian Black-tailed Deer (Odocoileus hemionus columbianus), Gray Wolf (Canis lupus), and Cougar (Puma concolor) have been documented utilizing the corridor.

Read more on our website at http://conservancy.bc.ca/2021/10/news-release-new-conservation-covenant-on-southern-cortes-island/

For further comment, please contact Cathy Armstrong, TLC’s Executive Director, at 250-479-8053 or carmstrongconservancy.bc.ca.