Scientists scramble to catalogue wildlife ahead of B.C. dam decision


A group of about 30 scientists have their gumboots on the ground in the Peace River Valley this week cataloguing all the organisms, some of which may never have been recorded before, in an area that will be drowned if the Site C dam is built.

“There seem to be unique things that are cropping up in that area that we should be aware of as we are making decisions about land use in the future.,” David Langor, President of the Biological Survey of Canada.

 Read the full article on the Peace bioblitz here.