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FEATURING THE ECO-DATABASE

The Eco-database contains a comprehensive dataset of common and at-risk species in Western Canada. The database is compiled and updated regularly by professional biologists with data available from the Government of Canada, local universities, private datasets and related sources. To get started, click on the icons below to browse through the category.



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Vascular Plants

Database of vascular plants found in British Columbia, Canada. A plant key is included to identify plants by features like number of pedals, colour, height, leaf shape and more. Results are cross-referenced with the Illustrated Flora of British Columbia and checked by professional biologists.

Local Birds

Bird database of migratory and resident birds found in British Columbia, Canada. Birds have been organized by biogeoclimatic zone and are based off of personal observations by professional biologists.

Species at Risk

Vascular plant species at risk pictoral field guide, organized by biogeoclimatic zone to allow for easy field identification. This database includes the most complete collection of blue and red listed species in Canada. Data has been cross-referenced with e-Flora, Schedule 1 of the Species at Risk Act, Pojar and Mackinnon, and related sources.

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Photograph 1. Sandy beaches of the west coast of British Columbia. Long beach is the longest beach in the Pacific Rim National Park Researve. Species like the Pink sand-verbena can only be found here in Canada.
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Photograph 2. Great blue heron fannini (i.e. Pacific) subspecies and Vancouver Island beggarticks in Steveston, British Columbia. Both are listed as Special Concern (SC) under Schedule 1 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) in Canada.
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Photograph 3. Rockweed habitat bench in French Creek marina designed by Mr. Appleton in 2006. Habitat enhancements were required by Fisheries and Oceans Canada to offset dredging and construction of rubble mound breakwaters required to double the size of the marina.

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