Kamloops Naturalist Club voices Ajax concerns

Upcoming study of potential effects The Kamloops Naturalist Club is a group dedicated to the protection and promotion of the natural environment. We are concerned about the impact that the proposed Ajax Mine would have on adjacent grasslands, wetlands, and forests. These are important migration resting places for songbirds and Sandhill Cranes, breeding grounds for Golden and Bald Eagles, Great Grey and Pygmy Owls, and Redtailed and Swainson’s Hawks, and important habitat for endangered Columbian Sharp-Tailed Grouse. These habitats provide important wintering grounds for Mule Deer and Whitetail Deer and wonderful wildlife viewing opportunities. As well, habitats such as Jacko … Continue reading Kamloops Naturalist Club voices Ajax concerns