• Calgarian’s are pretty comfortable living closely with their furry neighbors. Through social distancing restrictions we’ve seen reduced human disturbances and road traffic, allowing wildlife to get closer and closer into our lives. The City of Calgary has great tips on how to reduce human-wildlife interaction allowing both humans and animals
  • The birth of a wild bison calf has renewed hopes of rebuilding sustainable herds. “There are numerous studies that show the impact bison recovery has for an ecosystem— all the way down to dung beetles, bird species, prairie dogs and carnivores,” said Adams. “Bison affect the entire ecosystem from microbes
  • The recent death of migratory birds at the Imperial Kearl site is assumed to be due to the exhausted birds landing on the pond as most natural water bodies in the area are still frozen. Any surviving partially oiled birds have been sent to Edmonton for rehabilitation.
  • Many of our staff work on projects around Canmore, Kananaskis and Banff. This video highlights how communities live with wildlife, and the strategies implemented in the Bow Valley to make coexistence successful. Check it out!    
  •  Environmental DNA (also known as eDNA) is a modern approach to tackling biodiversity research and monitoring. eDNA overcomes the difficulties of visual identification of species while remaining non-invasive.  eDNA is comprised of genetic materials which are discharged by organisms then gathered from soil, water or sediment samples.   Our team
  • A mistle-toast to the holiday season!  

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