Oruxmaps


Oruxmaps is very similar to Locus, loaded with tools and features suitable for beginners or more advanced users that prefer to have a bit more control. It is available for Android only and is a modest $4.49 from the Play Store

Top Notch Offroading

Offroading - Region 2: Mainland Coast
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall.  Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves 2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typeBoat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN also shows an additional 197 marked campsites throughout the region.Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 642 marked viewpoints.Fire Lookout Towers 16 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 18 hot springs throughout the region.Waterfalls Locations of 280 waterfalls throughout the region.Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips. Coastal Kayak Campsites Locations of 40 coastal kayak-in campsites and paddling routes.Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Offroading - Full BC Coverage
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves 2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typesTrailer & Cartop Boat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN maps also show an additional  1,537 other marked campsites around the province. Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 1,720 marked viewpoints around the province. Fire Lookout Towers 289 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 123 hot springs throughout BC. Waterfalls Locations of  545 waterfalls throughout BC. Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips. Coastal Kayak Campsites Locations of 214 coastal kayak-in campsites and paddle routes.Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$136.50*

Offroading - Region 1: Vancouver Island
TThese topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall.  Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves 2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typeBoat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN also shows an additional 615 marked campsites throughout the region.Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 516 marked viewpoints.Fire Lookout Towers 40 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 10 hot springs throughout the region.Waterfalls Locations of 278 waterfalls throughout the region.Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips. Coastal Kayak Campsites Locations of 113 coastal kayak-in campsites and paddling routes.Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Offroading - Region 3: Thompson-Nicola
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves 2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typeBoat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN maps also show an additional 137 other marked campsites throughout the region.Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile)ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 111 marked viewpoints throughout the region.Fire Lookout Towers 42 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 3 hot springs throughout the region.Waterfalls Locations of 36 waterfalls throughout the region.Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips. Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Offroading - Region 4: Kootenays
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves 2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typeBoat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN maps also show an additional 114 other marked campsites throughout the region.Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 98 marked viewpoints throughout the region.Fire Lookout Towers 42 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 33 hot springs throughout the region.Waterfalls Locations of 92 waterfalls throughout the region.Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips. Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Offroading - Region 5: Cariboo Chilcotin Coast
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall.  Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves 2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typeBoat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN maps also show an additional 157 other marked campsites throughout the region.Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 49 marked viewpoints throughout the region.Fire Lookout Towers 34 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 12 hot springs throughout the region.Waterfalls Locations of 49 waterfalls throughout the region.Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips. Coastal Kayak Campsites Locations of 108 coastal kayak-in campsites and paddle routes.Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Offroading - Region 6: Skeena
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves 2898 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typeBoat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN maps also show an additional 128 other marked campsites throughout the region.Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 34 marked viewpoints throughout the region.Fire Lookout Towers 47 standing & decommissioned locations.Hot Springs Locations of 34 hot springs throughout the region.Waterfalls Locations of 62 waterfalls throughout the region.Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips. Coastal Kayak Campsites Locations of 40 coastal kayak-in campsites and paddling routes.Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Offroading - Region 8: Okanagan
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall.  Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves234 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typesTrailer & Cartop Boat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN maps also show an additional  77 other marked campsites around the province. Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 221 marked viewpoints.Fire Lookout Towers 24 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 2 hot springs throughout BC. Waterfalls Locations of  13 waterfalls throughout the regionStops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips.Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Offroading: Region 7 - Peace-Omineca
These topographic maps include a set of map layers custom tailored for off-roading and exploring in BC. Turnkey offline ready files that use GPS tracking on your phone or tablet via the popular apps Gaia GPS, Locus Maps, Backcountry Navigator, and many others. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!No cell service? No data? No problem. TNN maps are ready to go the second they are imported to your device. Here is a summary of the layers included: BC Recreation Sites & Recreation Reserves234 Provincial BC Recreation sites & Recreation Reserves showing: Number of sitesVehicle access typesTrailer & Cartop Boat launchesActivitiesMaintained, user maintained, & non-maintained sitesTNN maps also show an additional  127 other marked campsites  throughout the region.Recreation Trails (Hiking, Mountain Bike, ORV/ATV, Snowmobile) ViewpointsTake in the landscape with 34 marked viewpoints.Fire Lookout Towers 58 standing & decommissioned locations Hot Springs Locations of 11 hot springs.Waterfalls Locations of  98 waterfalls throughout the region.Stops of Interest If you’ve travelled in B.C. or live close to a historic site, chances are that you have seen at least one of these signs. Highway Rest Stops Spend less time on the shoulder when you need a break from those long road trips.Categorized Roads & Resource Roads • Highways • Public maintained roads • Forest service roads • Road permits • Retired permits & resource roads Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areas Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution.Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires).Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well knownhotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior.Forestry Data • Clear cuts labelled with the dates they were logged.

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro

Wilderness Pro - Full BC Coverage
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$168.00*

Wilderness Pro - Region 1: Vancouver Island
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro - Region 2: Mainland Coast
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro - Region 3: Thompson-Nicola
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro - Region 4: Kootenays
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro - Region 5: Cariboo Chilcotin Coast
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro - Region 6: Skeena
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro - Region 7: Peace-Omineca
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*

Wilderness Pro - Region 8: Okanagan
Wilderness Pro goes above and beyond the average recreation maps. This package has all the same features as the Offroading maps, but with additional wildlife, forestry, and ecology layers. Top Notch Navigator maps are a one time purchase, no subscription. Users that buy the full province receive discount codes for $10 updates to future versions of the maps, which occur every spring and fall. Click here to check out the demo video!This package is made for hunters, foragers, nature photographers, and field naturalists. If you are looking to do extra analysis or e-scouting, Wilderness Pro stands alone. Here is a summary of the additional layers included:WMU - Wildlife Management Units Used to set regulations for hunting and fishing, as well as provide information to support land & resource management decisions. Legal Boundaries • Crown land, private land, crown leases • First nation boundaries • Municipal Limits • National/provincial parks, ecological reserves, conservancies, & protected areasNo Shooting ZonesFraser Valley Regional District No Shooting Areas. Fall 2022 will include No Shooting Areas from other districts.Forestry Activity Recent Cutblocks: Recent cutblocks are highlighted when they are 5 years old or more recent to indicate likely height of sapling regeneration to improve line of sight. This is also a good indicator of road maintenance activity. Retention Areas & Internal Patches: Areas that fall within cutblock boundaries that have been left for retention purposes. These indicate areas preserved for wildlife, riparian/water features, and overall retention of the local forest stand. Mature Forest Cover Wilderness Pro is the only BC wide map provider that includes forest cover. The forest cover layers display the leading/dominant species and their age groupings. Maturity, of course, varies between species however these age ranges will be visibly distinguishable in the field. Immature forest stands, are not displayed.Local forest cover can indicate the micro climate of a particular stand and has an effect on the vegetation that will be present on the ground. Understanding of the environment preferred by each species can give insight into the ecology of a specific area.   Big Treed Old GrowthBig-treed old growth is naturally rare. And, since it has been heavily targeted by harvesting, big-treed old growth is now very rare compared to its historic distribution. Ancient Old GrowthThis category includes forests that have developed without a stand-replacing disturbance for many centuries or millennia. These are identified as over 400 years old in ecosystems with rare stand-replacing disturbance and over 250 years with more frequent disturbance (ie. fires). Historical Forest FiresWildfire perimeters for fire seasons from the past 10 years. Recent wildfires are well known hotspots for morel mushrooms, and have a significant impact on wildlife behavior. Ungulate Winter Range & Migration Corridors An Ungulate Winter Range (UWR) is defined as an area that contains habitat that is necessary to meet the winter habitat requirements of an ungulate species, for foraging as well as thermal cover from the forest canopy and shelter from snowfall. Some ungulates migrate seasonally to take advantage of new habitats, new food sources, water availability, protection for calving, and other reasons. Grizzly Bear Habitat/Range Grizzly habitat and range is included from multiple sources to reflect the known coastal habitats and interior ranges. Alpine DesignationOccurs at high elevations and has the harshest climate in the province. Generally considered to be treeless.Beetle Infestation Douglas-Fir Beetle Western Balsam Bark Beetle Lodgepole/Mountain/Western Pine Beetle Spruce Beetle Tidal Fishing Management AreasThe British Columbia coast is divided into DFO Pacific Fisheries Management Areas (PFMAs). Each PFMA is then divided into a number of subareas, delineations originally designed for salmon fishery management. These DFO management areas and subareas are now used to record catch and effort information for numerous fisheries, including shellfish.Rockfish Conservation AreasFisheries & Oceans Canada have implemented 164 Rockfish Conservation Areas coast-wide. Any fishing activities that impact rockfish, lingcod, or their habitat are prohibited.Kelp ForestsKelp forests provide important three-dimensional, underwater habitat that is home to hundreds or thousands of species of invertebrates, fishes and other algae.Eelgrass BedsEelgrass beds are a habitat for many different plants and animals, including small invertebrates, fish and birds. It typically grows in finer sediment and is ideal for harvesting dungeness crab. 

CA$73.50*