Linking herbivores to bird communities
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8M ago
Hello! My name is Sejer Meyhoff, I am a year into my Ph.D. at the University of Alberta in Dr. Erin Bayne’s lab. Most of the folks in the ..read more
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Using Camera Arrays to Measure Effects of Management Responses in Alberta
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8M ago
This spring, InnoTech Alberta wrapped up a 4-year project that used remote camera arrays placed across Western and Northern Alberta to ..read more
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Tracking elusive forest ninjas and grassland warriors: B.C.’s mesocarnivore monitoring program
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11M ago
Guest post by Joanna Burgar, Ministry of Water, Land and Resource Stewardship   What do kittens, ninjas, sly tricksters, and warriors ..read more
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Seasonal distribution, relative abundance, and habituation of Roosevelt elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti) in the Cowichan Valley
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1y ago
Like other elk species and subspecies of the northern hemisphere, Roosevelt elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti) readily habituate to human ..read more
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What does a “Wildlife Camera Coordinator” do anyways? Introducing ABMI's new wildlife camera coordinator
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1y ago
Cassie Stevenson here! In late June, I joined Dr. Erin Bayne’s lab (U of A) and the ABMI as the Wildlife Camera Coordinator. Over the ..read more
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Camera trapping in St’at’imc territory
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1y ago
Hello everyone, my name is Douglas Mitchell Jr from Xaxli’p. We at Statimc Eco Resources are part of an amazing camera trapping program ..read more
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Project update from WildCAM's Wildlife Data Coordinator
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1y ago
Hello again!  Those of you with your eyes on the WildCAM newsletter or blog space might remember me from my introduction in January ..read more
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Grande Cache Recreation Ecology
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2y ago
Grande Cache is a small hamlet located adjacent to Willmore Wilderness Park, in the Rocky Mountain and Foothills natural regions of western ..read more
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New Project: Are camera trap surveys a viable method for inventory of BC wildlife?
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2y ago
Introducing.....drum roll please...Jamie! She started as WildCAM’s Wildlife Data Coordinator in January 2022. Over the next year ..read more
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Marsh Madness: Evaluating muskrat habitat use in a cattail marsh
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2y ago
As soon as I learned that using trail cameras was an option for my MSc research project on muskrats, I jumped at the opportunity. Of all ..read more
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