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Red-eared slider turtles (Trachemys scripta elegans) are popular as pets however they are invasive in BC. In the wild, after being let loose by pet owners, they leave little food or habitat for native turtle species. Don’t let them loose!

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ISCBC offers a wide range of publications to help educate and inform individuals and organizations.

This online library contains best management practices, factsheets, reports, field guides, and other reference books which can be downloaded at no cost as PDFs. Visit our Store to order copies of publications available in print.

Adopt a highway

Factsheets

Aquatic invasive species – coming soon

Factsheets

Bees and Pesticides

Factsheets

Bighead Knapweed

Factsheets

Blueweed

Factsheets

Canada Thistle

Factsheets

Common Tansy

Factsheets

Don’t Let it Loose

Factsheets

Dispose with Care (n/a)

Factsheets

English Ivy

Factsheets

Feral Pig

Factsheets

Forestry operations

Factsheets

Giant Hogweed

Factsheets

Gorse

Factsheets

Himalayan Balsam

Factsheets

Hoary Allysum

Factsheets

Knapweeds

Factsheets

Leafy Spruge

Factsheets

Marsh Plume Thistle

Factsheets

Mountain Bluet

Factsheets

Orange Hawkweed

Factsheets

Outdoor Recreation

Factsheets

Oxeye Daisy

Factsheets

Parrot’s feather

Factsheets

Periwinkle

Factsheets

Prevention Tips

Factsheets

Purple Loosestrife

Factsheets

Scentless Chamomile

Factsheets

Scotch Broom

Factsheets

Scotch Thistle

Factsheets

Seed Mixtures

Factsheets

Sulphur Cinquefoil

Factsheets

Tansy Ragwort

Factsheets

Wild Chervil

Factsheets

Wild Parnsip

Factsheets

Yellow Archangel

Factsheets

Yellow Flag Iris

Factsheets

Yellow Hawkweeds

Factsheets

Yellow Loosestrife

Factsheets

Aquatic invasive species (n/a)

Factsheets

Invasive-Wise Marina Program (n/a)

Factsheets

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