#206 - 17564 56A Avenue
Surrey, BC, V3S 1G3
Phone: (604) 576-1433
Fax: (604) 576-1482
Situated in Surrey, the Southern BC Regional Office serves the Lower Mainland, and special projects and programs throughout various regions of British Columbia.
To report problem wildlife or bears in an urban setting call 1-877-952-7277
Kerry Baird, Project Coordinator - email@example.com
Kerry has a solid background in all aspects of project administration including contract monitoring, budgeting, payroll, and financial reporting. She is currently responsible for the coordination and administration of 42 BCCF Fisheries-related projects in the Lower Mainland with a total project value of almost $1M, funded from multiple sources. Included in Kerry's current responsibilities is the administration of a 3-year Living Rivers program in the Lower Mainland and Vancouver Island and its suite of 36 projects totaling $2.675M.
Katie Calon, Project Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org
Having obtained her Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta, Katie worked as a project biologist for 6 years before joining the BCCF Administrative team in 2013. During her years in the field, Katie worked primarily on avian projects, from baseline surveys to long-term monitoring projects, and when her work called her inside her focus ranged from species-specific reviews to region-wide conservation planning. However it hasn’t been all about the birds, Katie has also worked with small mammals and amphibians, conducted vegetation surveys, and snow-tracked in the remote wilderness of Northern Alberta. With experience working for the federal government, provincial government, private sector, and the not-for-profit sector, Katie has the knowledge and expertise to assist clients from all backgrounds in achieving their conservation project goals.
Lisa Limerick, Project Coordinator - email@example.com
Lisa joined the BCCF team in 2008 and brings with her many years of customer service experience. Lisa's primary role at BCCF is assisting our employees with her cheerful and helpful approach. While trained in the hospitality sector, Lisa is passionate about our environment and is enjoying the opportunity to learn about the wide range of conservation projects and issues in our province.