Wildlife can be found throughout the city. Bear, deer, songbirds, waterfowl and a host of other animals are frequently spotted in urban and rural settings. Protection for these animals is primarily through provincial and federal legislation. To find out more about these rules and best management practices to reduce wildlife conflicts and damage to wildlife and wildlife habitat, please refer to the comprehensive provincial Develop with Care  publication listed below.

Bear Awareness

Human bear conflicts are a common problem for residences, especially those bordering parkland or natural areas.   more...

Develop with Care

The Province’s Develop with Care 2012 is a comprehensive resource that provides ideas and guidelines for those involved in urban and rural land development helping to protect British Columbia’s natural environment and biodiversity.    more...

Eagle Tree Protection

There are an estimated, 25 Bald Eagle breeding territories within the City of Campbell River.   more...

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