Invasive species contacts in British Columbia

European wall lizards (Podarcis muralis) are small lizards found along the East Coast of Vancouver Island and in the Lower Mainland. They do well in areas modified by humans, and on sunny days may be seen basking on rocks and tree trunks.

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Early detection is critical to stopping the spread of invasive species.

You can help detect and locate new infestations of invasive species. If you see a plant or animal you don’t recognize and have concerns about, we encourage you to report it to either your local government contact or regional invasive species organization. Use this interactive map to find your regional contacts. Map boundaries represent regional districts in BC (March 1, 2019).

Invasive Species Contacts in BC

Early detection is critical to stopping the spread of invasive species. You can help detect and locate new infestations of invasive species. If you see a plant or animal you don’t recognize and have concerns about, we encourage you to report it to either your local government contact or regional invasive species organization. Use this interactive map to find your regional contacts. Map boundaries represent regional districts in BC (March 1, 2019).

Map Created with Sketch. Kamloops Prince Rupert Fort Nelson Vancouver Kelowna Williams Lake Victoria Cranbrook Prince George Invasive SpeciesContacts in BC Early detection is critical tostopping the spread ofinvasive species. You can helpdetect and locate newinfestations of invasivespecies. If you see a plant oranimal you don’t recognize andhave concerns about, weencourage you to report it toeither your local governmentcontact or regional invasivespecies organization. Use thisinteractive map to find yourregional contacts. Mapboundaries represent regionaldistricts in BC (March 1, 2019).