Conservation

Fossil - Marrella splendens, the "lace crab" from Walcott's quarry, is the most abundant fossil in the Burgess Shale. Photo from Parks Canada.

Fossil - Marrella splendens, the "lace crab" from Walcott's quarry, is the most abundant fossil in the Burgess Shale. Photo from Parks Canada.

 

Here you will find information on the various steps that have been taken to date towards protecting and conserving the Burgess Shale.  A video outlining why the site is such an important natural resource has also been added for your viewing pleasure!

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