• International Migratory Bird Day 2017

    International Migratory Bird Day – May 13, 2017 – will feature celebrations in St. Albert, hosted by the Big Lake Environment Support Society.

  • 2017 Conference – Call for Papers

    Our Call for Papers has been posted and our online Abstract Submission Form is operational! Visit our Conference page for the details. Submission deadline is 31 January 2017.

  • 2017 Call for Scholarships – Active!

    Please visit our Scholarships page for all the details on ACTWS and Conference scholarships!

  • Call for Award Nominations

    The Call for Award Nominations 2017 is now out – deadline February 6, 2017.  Nominate a colleague!

  • 2017 ACTWS Conference – First Details!

    Find the first few details on our 2017 Conference in Lac La Biche on our Conference page!

  • ACTWS seeking Executive Director

    The Alberta Chapter of the Wildlife Society is seeking to hire an Executive Director half-time to promote conservation advocacy: ACTWS Executive Director Job Ad (PDF) Deadline December 15, or until a suitable candidate is found.

  • Read our Position Statement on CFB Suffield Elk Management

    The ACTWS recently sent a letter to the Federal Minister of National Defence and the Alberta Minister of Environment and Parks regarding Elk Management at CFB Suffield.  Read it on our Position Statements page!

  • 2017 Conference Announcement!

    Mark you calendars! Our 2017 ACTWS Conference and AGM will occur on March 17-19, 2017 at the Bold Centre in Lac La Biche. Our plenary will extol “The good, the bad and the ugly effects of fire on our landscape”. Read the Rest...

  • Raise awareness of White-Nose Syndrome

    Here are a poster and handout you can use at events, visitor centers and other venues to educate people about white-nose syndrome! https://www.whitenosesyndrome.org/resource/white-nose-syndrome-poster-available-your-use

  • Federal Environmental Regulatory Review – Input Needed

    The Government of Canada is currently undertaking a comprehensive review of federal environmental and regulatory processes. This review includes the following: Reviewing federal environmental assessment processes; Modernizing the National Energy Board; Restoring lost protections and introducing modern safeguards to the Fisheries Act and Read the Rest...