- working to minimize impacts on wildlife and salmon habitat in areas undergoing development
- stewardship initiatives to protect and enhance the natural features of areas such as DeBoville Slough and the Coquitlam and Pitt Rivers
- installing and maintaining bird nest boxes in sites such as Widgeon Marsh Regional Park Reserve, Minnekhada Regional Park, Shoreline and Mundy Parks
- monitoring bat roosts and installing roosting boxes in local regional and municipal parks
- partnering with First Nations, municipal, regional and provincial governments to manage areas such as Colony Farm Regional Park, Pinecone Burke Provincial Park, and the Pitt Lake area
- advocating for effective federal and provincial endangered species legislation
BMN promotes Naturescape BC, a provincial program to encourage homeowners and municipalities to create gardens and landscapes which appeal to both wildlife and people. In response to appeals from BMN, Port Moody and Anmore were the first two local governments in BC to adopt Naturescape as civic policy.
In response to recommendations from BMN, Port Moody and Anmore were the first two local governments to adopt Naturescape as civic policy.