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Keystone Wildlife Research Ltd. has completed numerous projects of varying scope for government agencies, municipalities and First Nations groups.  We have the technical skills to complete a considerable number of field or research tasks and our staff are always staying informed about new wildlife, plant and ecosystem information by reading current literature and working with local and regional biologists across B.C.

Our past projects include:

  • Preparation of environmental assessments, using multiple accounts analyses, for the draft strategic plans of 12 separate LRMP's. Risks to wildlife and biodiversity were assessed using spatial analysis of themed maps overlaid with proposed resource development zones.

  • Completion of a multi-year study (1998-2002), solicited by the B.C. Ministry of Transportation and Highways, in which we assessed the need for fencing and other structures to prevent vehicle wildlife collisions on the Inland Island Highway. While conducting this study we utilized multiple methods including habitat assessment, ungulate capture, radio telemetry and tracking surveys.

  • Designing and delivering a training course to familiarize First Nations representatives from the Nicola-Similkameen Innovative Forest Practices Society about the methods and procedures used in preparing RISC-standard wildlife species accounts, ratings tables and theme maps.

Common services that we offer to government and First Nations are:

Resource Inventory Resource Management Planning
Monitoring Environmental Project Management
Wildlife & Vegetation Research Geographic Information Systems

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