BC Fisher Habitat

British Columbia Fisher Habitat and Forestry Web Module

Fisher Habitat Zones

Fisher Habitat Zones and Forest Districts

Fisher Habitat Zones were developed using current fisher distribution and fisher habitat relationships that vary slightly across the different biogeoclimatic (BEC) zones of B.C. These three habitat zones (Boreal, Sub-Boreal, and Dry Forest) reflect broad differences in ecosystem composition, structural attributes, and climate and require different management approaches.

To identify the proper tools you need to manage fisher habitat, we first need to find out where you are working.

  • If you already know which Fisher Habitat Zone you are working in, please select tools set directly from the Natural Resource District Table below.
  • If there are multiple zones in your District and you do not know which Fisher Habitat Zone you are working in, then please use the Fisher Habitat Zones map to the right to help identify the different zones. 

Tools are Available for these Fisher Habitat Zones

Natural Resource Districts Boreal Sub-Boreal Dry Forest
100 Mile House  
Cariboo-Chilcotin  
Cascades    
Coast Mountains    
Fort Nelson    
Mackenzie  
Nadina  
Peace  
Prince George  
Quesnel  
Skeena Stikine  
Stuart Nechako (Fort St. James, Vanderhoof)
Thompson Rivers