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Okanagan BC Douglas Fir Tussock Moth

LAST UPDATE January 26, 2015

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You can comment about the Tussock Moth using the form near the bottom of this page.  There are also photos of the Tussock Moth and the devastation it causes near the bottom of this page as well.

Ministry of Forests - Photos of the Tussock Moth

Natural Resources Canada - Photos of the Tussock Moth - more photos below

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Two New Forest Insect Pests

There are two new insect invaders leaving visual evidence of their presence in Central Okanagan forests.

The Western Spruce budworm and Douglas fir Tussock Moth have been found by the Ministry of Forests and Range in parts of the regional district.

Both are native species and have been responsible for past forest health infestations. However, the Douglas fir Tussock Moth is of particular concern as it not only defoliates and kills trees very quickly, but can also cause health issues with humans, dogs and horses through a condition known as Tussockosis. Approximately one in three humans have allergic type symptoms ranging from general itchiness, watery eyes and skin rashes to full anaphylaxis in extreme instances.

The Ministry of Forests and Range is responsible for pest management on Crown Lands, completing aerial surveys looking for new outbreaks and determining the severity of damage. It uses these assessments to determine and conduct an aerial spray control program.

While the Ministry is presently mapping the extent of Tussock Moth infestation in the Central Okanagan, preliminary data shows infestation in the Trepanier, Ellison and Glenmore areas. Additional information is also being compiled as to the extent of any presence in the Joe Rich area.

Ministry Forest entomologist Dr. Lorraine Maclauchlan provided information to the Governance and Services Committee at its August meeting and the an update was provided from Parks Services staff in September. Central Okanagan residents and property owners may wish to view the following links to the Ministry of Forests and Range for more information and documents regarding these insects:

Douglas fir Tussock Moth
  Ministry Information webpage 
  Ministry Public Information Links

Western Spruce Budworm
  Ministry Information webpage 
  Ministry Public Information Links

Source Regional District of Central Okanagan "What's New" (September 15, 2009)

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August 12, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Governance & Services Committee Agenda

Item 5.1 Quarterly Program Measures Report.pdf

Agenda No: 5.1
Mtg Date: August 12, 2010
TO: RDCO Directors and Department Heads
FROM: Donna Adams, Accounting Analyst; Marilyn Rilkoff, Manager of Finance and Administration
DATE: July 30,2010
SUBJECT: Quarterly Program Measures Report, Year to Date June 30, 2010

*This is only a snippet of the 8 pages*

The following are some of the highlights for the year from the Quarterly Report, but are certainly not all inclusive. We do recommend that the report and each program be reviewed, particularly with respect to "Department Initiative Status Reports", the "Summary of Year to Date Results", and Project Updates for the various programs. There are too many items too be covered in this summary, and everyone's level of interest in the various programs and departments varies.

Executive Summary:

142 - Regional Parks (Page 105): Walk BC BCPRA Grant for $4,000 resulted in the successful Tracks Walking Club program in Mission Creek Regional Park. In March, UBCM contributed $379,425 for Regional Parks Operational Fuel Management Treatments 2009. NRCAN grant of $7,500 awarded for the final Operational Wildfire Protection Plan that has been received by the Regional Board. The Region Wide Community Wildfire Prevention Plan is also finalized and approved by the Regional Board. Community Adjustment Fund ~ Job Opportunity Program grant of $250,000 secured for regional park forest fuel modification work. Habitat Conservation Trust Fund application for support funding to complete sensitive ecosystem inventory of regional parks not awarded. Project is to commence with funding from RDCO. Mission Creek Greenway Scenic Canyon Trail ~ restoration received $42,500 under the Recreational Infrastructure Canada Program to upgrade a portion of the trail by widening, resurfacing and installing wooden stairs to reduce erosion and improve bank stabilization along a steep portion of the trail. Mission Creek Greenway Phase II Pinch Point detailed design and environmental assessment are near completion. Tender documents for the proposed tunnel are being prepared. Mission Creek Greenway Phase II Security Residence Occupancy Permit has been issued. Closure of the Mission Creek Greenway is scheduled for June 1 to approximately October 1 to accommodate the replacement of the Gordon Drive bridge. During May & June, unbudgeted staff resources were allocated to the pesticide applications for the Douglas Fir Tussock Moth organic pesticide treatment project in Trepanier Valley, Coyote Ridge and Upper Ellison areas. Hazard tree removals were completed in six Regional Parks including Mission Creek, Kalamoir, Coldham, Kopje, Glen Canyon, and Gellatly Heritage due to the Mountain Pine Beetle. NRCAN funding granted in the amount of $97,000. Titles to the Gellatly Nut Farm and Gellatly Heritage Regional Parks will remain vested in the name of RDCO. Official opening of the new playground structure at Gellatly Nut Farm Regional Park occurred June 20,2010. A temporary repair has been completed to enable recreational boaters to utilize the popular launch at the Okanagan Centre Safe Harbour prior to the launch structure replacement. Western Screech Owl Stewardship Agreement has been signed by the Ministry of Environment to protect the endangered Western Screech Owl and its habitat within several Regional Parks. The EECO Centre had over 12,500 visitors. The "Hunters in the Sky: Raptors of the Okanagan" exhibit received many comments and many groups toured through the "In the Line of Fire" exhibit. The preschool story time was well attended and the school education program "Owls in the Classroom" was very successful. Spring Break camps included programs on botany and raptors, with maximum enrolment. Success was also met with the "Go Fish", "Tracks Walking" and "Take a Hike" Programs. The website had 3,030 views of the Regional Parks Guide. Fleet changes included the sale of the 1995 John Deere Gator to Dog Control and the purchase of a 2006 Mazda pickup from Dog Control. Three vehicles are scheduled for sale at auction in addition to a trailer and a beach cleaner / sand sifter.

143 - Westside Community Parks (Page 109): UBCM is providing a $2,000 grant for an educational and information kiosk at the trailhead for the Trepanier Greenway. The Regional Board supports a proposed Wildfire Protection Fuel Modification Project by the Okanagan Indian Band as the area surrounding the Westshore subdivision, including the new Westshore Estates Community Park, is considered a high priority for treatment in order to reduce potential fire threats. Meetings completed with North Westside Community Association regarding proposed recreational pier project at Killiney Beach. Preferred solution is to target swim area markers instead of pier project. Operational maintenance contract implemented for Central Okanagan West Community Parks located north and inclusive of Fintry Parks. The Statutory Right-of-Way survey for Jack Creek Linear Trail has been completed.

144 - Eastside Community Parks (Page 112): UBCM Tourism Grant funding of $4,500 targeted for implementation of a "Welcome to Joe Rich" highway sign. Aerial pesticide applications for the Tussock Moth Spray Program were completed over the upper Ellison Area. In collaboration with Ministry of Forests and Range staff, COE community parks are being monitored but not treated for Douglas Fir Tussock Moth or Spruce Budworm due to limited outbreak conditions with direct effect on RDCO parks.

Board:

001S - Board Sub-Program Corporate Communications (Page 162): A successful major Public Communication program was undertaken as RDCO received the Pesticide Use Permit from Ministry of Environment and took over Tussock Moth Spray Program in Trepanier, upper Ellison and Stephen's Coyote Ridge and adjacent private lands as identified by Ministry of Forests and Range. The program involved media, advertising, signage, email, website and special phone information line updates. Extensive advertising and news releases conducted for Dog License and Business License renewals including point of purchase
poster development.
Major public information process conducted regarding closure of the Westside Landfill and services offered via the new Residential Waste Disposal and Recycling Centre at the Asquith Road location. Completed design, printing and distribution of 2010 Regional Parks Guide including website version. Works to be done on Regional Parks e-newsletter in co-operation with EDC. Communications were planned with Environmental Services and RDCO contractor Neptune Technology Group regarding the installation of water meters to Killiney Beach and Westshore Water systems customers. Pending approvals for funding, Communications will be involved with public meeting and information process for Central Okanagan
Aggregate Task Force through website information, advertising, news releases and meetings.

.pdf icon August 12, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Governance & Services Committee Meeting Minutes

Click link above for the Governance and Services Committee Minutes

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.pdf icon May 5, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Governance and Services Committee Minutes

click link above for information about the Tussock Moth Forest Treatment Project and the Western Screech Owl Stewardship Agreement

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.pdf icon April 8, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Highlights of the Regional Board Meeting

Regional Community Wildfire Protection Plan
The Regional Board has received a final draft of the Regional Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP). The Plan, prepared by Blackwell and Associates, outlines potential risks of interface fire throughout the region and recommends mitigation methods and costs of treating areas to improve community safety. While most of the land requiring action adjacent to interface communities is Crown land, many undeveloped private parcels would also require mitigation. The report also recommends education efforts for private landowners encouraging them to reduce potential fire risks on their properties. It is estimated possible Crown land mitigation efforts could cost over $20 million with a potential annual $3.3 million available in the Central Okanagan region from senior government funding sources and local municipal and regional district contributions. The report and supporting information will be provided to local municipal members for consideration. An Electoral Area Director representative and Westbank First Nation official will be invited to participate with the Regional District Sustainability Steering Committee which includes the Board Chair and Mayors of Kelowna, Lake Country, Peachland and West Kelowna to provide political input regarding the process.

Regional Parks Wildfire Protection Plan
The Regional Board has received an Operational Wildfire Protection Plan (OWPP) for the Regional Park system. Blackwell and Associates prepared this plan specifically identifying wildfire risks for each park, setting priorities for those adjacent to urban interface areas and recommending options for managing fire fuel treatments on approximately 768 hectares of land within the Regional Parks. The estimated cost of conducting all fire treatments in the park system is $8 million. As potential funds from other government sources and local governments in the regional district could possibly reach $3.3 million a year for all Central Okanagan Community Wildfire Protection programs, the Board has been asked to consider providing approximately 20% of that toward fuel management and mitigation in Regional Parks. Regional District staff will implement OWPP recommendations in conjunction with the development and approvals in future Parks Services budgets.

Provincial Tussock Moth Spray Program
The Regional Board has approved participation in a proposed Ministry of Forests and Range aerial spray program against an insect pest affecting Crown forest and four Regional Parks. In order to combat the Douglas fir Tussock Moth, which can adversely affect the health of people, as well as dogs and horses, the Ministry’s Forest Health Program will apply biological controls by helicopter to control the insect pest in Coldham and Trepanier Creek Greenway Regional Parks in the Trepanier Valley and in Mill Creek and Stephen’s Coyote Ridge Regional Parks. Parks Services staff will work with the Ministry on coordination of the spray program in the affected Regional Parks and will carry out appropriate park closures and public notification efforts through a combination of advertising, news releases and the RDCO website, including contact with residents living in neighbourhoods adjacent to these parks. Information and links about the Tussock Moth is available on the Regional District website (What’s New).

Mt. Boucherie Regional Park Ownership
The Regional Board has agreed in principle to begin discussions regarding a possible transfer of ownership for Mount Boucherie Regional Park to the District of West Kelowna. The Board agreed that a covenant on any transferred title be included to ensure the land remains in park use. The Board also authorizes Regional District staff to discuss the details of how the parkland asset would be maintained and operated with West Kelowna staff and provide a future report for Board consideration before any final decision is made on a transfer of ownership title. Further Board discussion about the ownership status of Gellatly Heritage and Gellatly Nut Farm Regional Parks as requested by the District of West Kelowna, has been deferred to the next meeting.

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April 8, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Regional Board Meeting Agenda

.pdf icon Agenda - April 8, 2010.pdf

.pdf icon Item 2.3 RDCO Regional Parks Tussock Moth Forest Treatment Project.pdf

.pdf icon Item 3.1b Staff Report and Recommendation - February 22 meeting.pdf

West Kelowna's desire to have ownership of three regional parks vested in their name including the Mount Boucherie and Gellatly Heritage Regional Parks and a one-half undivided interest in the Gellatly Nut Farm.

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.pdf icon Item 4.2 Award of Contract.pdf

.pdf icon April 8 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Special Board Meeting Minutes -  (Pg. 2-3)

2.3 RDCO Regional Parks Tussock Moth Forest Treatment Project

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THAT the Regional Board authorize staff to work in conjunction with the Ministry of Forests and Range (MFR), Forest Health Program to treat four (4) regional parks for infestation of Douglas fir tussock moth by helicopter aerial application of biological
controls comprised of either TM Biocontrol-1 (Virus) or Foray 48B (B.t.k.) as determined by the MFR Regional Entomologist;

AND FURTHER THAT the Regional Board authorize staff to implement appropriate park operational plans (i.e. patron notification, park closure on day of treatment, etc.) as well as general public notification processes including, but not limited to, newspaper advertising, RDCO website and public service announcements to inform adjacent landowners and park users of the intent to apply biological control treatments to Coldham, Trepanier Creek Greenway, Mill Creek and Steven Coyote Ridge regional park properties.

CARRIED

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.pdf icon April 8, 2010 Regional District of Central Okanagan Governance and Services Committee Meeting Minutes

3.3 RDCO Regional Parks Tussock Moth Forest Treatment Project

Staff report dated March 31, 2010 outlined the background information provided to the Regional Board in 2009 regarding the impact of the Tussock Moth to regional parks. In August 2009, staff were directed to determine if there was a role for local
government working with the Ministry of Forests on local infestations.

Ministry of Forests and Range is initiating a program on Crown lands. They have mapped the Crown land values that need to be treated. As part of the program, a complimentary program has been added for private property owners if they wish to
have their lands sprayed. Ministry of Forests and Range staff work directly with property owners, not RDCO staff. Further to discussions with the Ministry of Forests and Range, four parks have been identified for defoliation: Steven's Coyote Regional Park, Mill Creek Regional Park, Coldham and Trepanier Greenway Regional Parks. The Regional District program is for parkland spraying only with application in late May to early June.

Staff noted that specific information on the Moth and its impact to trees, human and animals and the spray program used has been provided and is linked to the RDCO website.

#GS29/10 BAKER/EDGSON
THAT the Governance and Services Committee recommend that the Regional Board authorize staff to work in conjunction with the Ministry of Forests and Range (MFR), Forest Health Program to treat four (4) regional parks for infestation of Douglas Fir Tussock moth by helicopter aerial application of biological controls comprised of either TM Biocontrol-1 (Virus) or Foray 48B (B.t.k.) as determined by the MFR Regional Entomologist;

AND FURTHER THAT the Governance and Services Committee recommend that the Regional Board authorize staff to implement appropriate park operational plans (ie. patron notification, park closure on day of treatment, etc.) as well as general public
notification processes including, but not limited to, newspaper advertising, RDCO website and public service announcements to inform adjacent landowners and park users of the intent to apply biological control treatments to Coldham, Trepanier Creek Greenway, Mill Creek and Steven Coyote Ridge regional park properties.

CARRIED

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.pdf icon September 10, 2009 Regional District of Central Okanagan Governance and Services Committee Meeting Minutes

click link above for the Agenda about the Douglas Fir Tussock Moth Update - Forested Crown & Private Lands in the Central Okanagan

.pdf icon September 10, 2009 Regional District of Central Okanagan Governance & Services Committee Meeting Minutes

4. Regional Parks Services

4.1 Douglas Fir Tussock Moth Update - Forested Crown & Private Lands in the Central Okanagan

In follow-up to the August 13th Governance and Services Committee meeting staff were asked to report back whether there is a role for the Regional District to work with the Ministry of Forests on local infestation of the moth as well as whether there
is an issue with regional properties that need to be addressed. Staff reviewed the areas of concern within the Regional District and the role of the District including talking to Interior Health.

Staff report dated August 25th outlined the areas of known infestation in the region.

Ministry of Forest mapping has not yet been completed and the severity level is currently unknown. Based upon the results of further survey, staff anticipate seeking Board approval to partner with the Ministry in any future Ministry sponsored aerial spraying application for the Trepanier Valley and Coldham Regional Park. Appropriate funding levels will need to be determined for the 2010 Regional Parks budget.

#GS76/09 SHEPHERD/EDGSON
THAT the August 25, 2009 staff report on the Douglas Fire Tussock Moth update be received;

AND FURTHER THAT staff be directed to contact Interior Health (medical staff) and municipal staff to provide information regarding the affect of the Moth on public health;

AND FURTHER THAT staff continue to update the Board on issues related to the Moth and infestation within the Central Okanagan.

CARRIED

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FYI - The Douglas Fir Tussock Moth is a serious health hazard and can cause reactions in people.  It is also very devastating to trees, including some decorator trees that could be growing in your own yard.

This tree is located near the Spallumcheen Industrial Park near Armstrong BC and was already attacked by the Tussock Moth.  The woman whom lived in the house next to the trees had itchy legs from a reaction to the Tussock Moth during the active season.  She did not know why she had itchy legs and went to the doctor for cream to put on her legs.  It wasn't until a pest control company stopped in to notify the owner of what was wrong his trees that it was found out about how the Tussock Moth can cause reactions in people.
Picture of a tree near Armstrong BC that was infested with the Tussock Moth
These trees were finally removed.  They were located near the Spallumcheen Industrial Park in the Udy Subdivision

 

This is a photo is of a left over of the Tussock Moth.
Tussock Moth left over.

 

This is a photo of the Tussock Moth Cocoon on a branch.  The cocoons are found on the underside of the branches on this tree.
Picture of the Tussock Moth Coccon on the tree branch.

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August 13, 2009 - Governance & Services Committee Meeting Minutes

3. Delegations

3.1 Lorraine Maclauchlan, Ph.D. Forest Entomologist, Ministry of Forests and Range - Southern Interior Region, Stewardship Section - re: Pest management in Crown forests L. Maclauchlan addressed the committee and provided a review of the Province's pest management in Crown forests and in particular pests around your home.

Information on the Douglas-Fir Tussock moth, treatment and control, as well as recognizing the Western Spruce budworm was highlighted.

  • Outbreak of the Douglas-Fir and Tussock moth was reviewed. It was noted the Tussock moth may cause allergic reactions to humans, horses and dogs.

  • Mapping is being done in Kamloops, South Okanagan, Similkameen and Rock Creek to Christina Lake. Outbreak is bad in areas of Trepanier, Glenmore Road, and the Kelowna airport area. Outbreaks often start on private lands. Outbreaks last for a period of approximately four years.

  • The outbreak in the Okanagan is at approximately year one. By year two or three the outbreak is often rampant. If the Ministry can treat early, the outbreak would cause less damage. It was noted that trees do not necessarily die in the first year but only defoliate.

  • Management options were reviewed. When, why or where would you spray. It was noted that this is a naturally occurring pest.

  • Ministry policy at the present time is to use virus (NPV).

  • Cost estimates were reviewed using B.t.k. and NPV.

  • Is there a role the Regional District can play to inform the public? Communicating the potential problem is important in order to inform the public ie: Trepanier is a new area of outbreak.

  • If spraying were to occur in rural areas, all communities would have to agree as you can't spray a 'stop, gap' method. Ministry gets signed position from homeowners and in an area all homeowners would have to agree before spraying would occur.

  • The Thompson Nicola Regional District has contributed funds to spray on private lands assisting the Ministry with the spray program in the area. Their criteria was 'land had to sit next to Crown lands'.

  • The spray is only available from the Province or Federal governments, It's a biological agent and does require special handling methods. Forest services decides when it might be appropriate and how to use it.

#GS63/09 HODGE/BAKER
THAT the presentation by Lorraine Maclauchlan, Ph.D. Forest Entomologist, Ministry of Forests and Range - Southern Interior Region, Stewardship Section regarding Pest management in Crown forests be received.

CARRIED

The Committee discussed:
Whether residents can contact the Ministry directly if there is an issue in their area. Yes, they can and should.

Should an education campaign be communicated by the Regional District? There is time to review as it is too late for spraying this year. Information from staff is needed on what the risks are within the Regional District first before expectations are created. It may be helpful if there were some well timed articles on the moth directly to the medical profession as well as the public. The medical profession needs to be aware that over the next few years reactions may occur to some sections of the population and be educated in order to treat properly.

#GS64/09 EDGSON/BAKER
THAT staff be directed to report back to the Governance and Services Committee if there is a role for local government working with the Ministry of Forests on local infestation of the Douglas-Fir and Tussock moth; as well as whether there is an issue with regional properties that needs to be addressed in the future.

CARRIED

Tree near Armstrong BC that was attacked by the Tussock Moth
This tree is located near the Spallumcheen Industrial Park in the Udy Subdivision

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June 3, 2011 we noticed some different eggs stuck under tree needles.. they are black and not blue like the Western Spruce Budworm and they are smaller. 

Not sure what they are, but we will try and find out and let you know.


click the photo for a larger view.

 

Here is another photo


click the photo for a larger view.

Hello okanaganlakebc.ca – they look like Adelges cooleyi or some kind of scale insect. They will not harm your tree.

"Fear no Weevil"
Lorraine Maclauchlan
Forest Entomologist, Thompson Okanagan Region
441 Columbia Street
Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2T3
Phone: 250-828-4179
Fax: 250-828-4154

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