Volunteer Spotlight July 2019 - Stephen Brown and the 2nd Fort Victoria Scouts

 HAT would like to appreciate a dedicated group of volunteers who have contributed to the Habitat Stewardship for Species at Risk Program, the 2nd Fort Victoria Scouts.

The Scouts have been dedicated to monitoring for owls on their Camp property, as well as initiating restoration projects and building beautiful Western Screech-owl nesting boxes.

One of their leaders, Stephen (Steve) Brown, has put in extra volunteer effort to support HAT’s wildlife habitat enhancement structures. From bird boxes that keep out invasive species, to amphibian monitoring boards, Stephen has had a hand in making so many new homes for animals like Western Screech Owls. Steve has been involved with Scouts for 9 years. He is a professional product designer and has a passion for design, building, and helping the community.

Thank you to Steve and the 2nd Fort Victoria Scouts for all of their efforts!

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