Do you want attractive, easy to maintain, dought tolerant gardens that attract birds and butterflies?
The best plant choices for gardens are often the native plants that thrive naturally in our region. A native plant includes those species that were here prior to European settlement. Rewarding and dynamic, “naturescapes” are functional gardens that reflect the native richness and beauty of our unique region.
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Got bats? That’s the question that local conservation group Habitat Acquisition Trust is asking Victoria area residents. HAT is sending out the bat signal to find volunteers to participate in the first Annual BC Bat Count and to map bat colonies in the region. “It’s a wonderful opportunity for people who care about wildlife to be involved in collecting important scientific information” says Adam Taylor, Executive Director of Habitat Acquisition Trust. “They don’t need any special skills and it’s a great way to get kids involved too.”
The Annual Bat Count is being promoted through HAT's Community Bat Program , as… Read More
Thanks to Shaw TV's "Did You Know" segement, HAT can share some great quick videos about our work and how you can be involved.
First up is a video about our Citizen Science projects, in particular the Blue-grey Taildropper Slug. Everyone can particpate in science!Read More
HAT has moved offices, through not very far! We are now next door to our old offices at 825 Broughton St. Look for the Nature Conservancy of Canada and Fleetway logos, and head up the stairs. We'll be on your left at the first landing.
Aside from the change in our street address, all of our contact information remains the same. You can reach us at:
Habitat Acquisition Trust PO Box 8552 Victoria, BC, V8W 3S2