Wildlife EXPO 2021

Join us this fall for our first ever Wildlife EXPO! Our Wildlife EXPO will bring ACTWS members together with their partners and families for a weekend of fun, camping, and workshops where you can learn new things or refine your skills. The EXPO offers great opportunities for networking and to share some of the wildlife […]

Webinar – Hunting and Trapping Part 1: Wildlife Management and Ethics

Webinar Summary This engaging webinar was a continuation of the great discussion from the hunting and trapping symposium that we hosted during our 2021 conference. Dr. Mark Boyce kicked off the webinar by discussing the challenges with the current North American wildlife management model and its principles. Although once incredibly useful and effective, this model […]

Wild Love – ACTWS Winter Fundraiser

Fundraising Goal: $10,000 Three ways to support your ACTWS! The more ways you can give, the more we all WIN! Donate 100% of your donation goes directly towards the ACTWS and our amazing programs that bring wildlife enthusiasts together to further science-based wildlife conservation and management in Alberta. Magazine Subscriptions Get some of your holiday […]

Webinar – Climate Change: Habitat Impacts and Wildlife

With each passing years, the impacts of climate change become more apparent in our daily lives. From air thick with wildfire smoke to visibly shrinking glaciers in unprecedented heat waves, we are all witnessing the impacts of climate change. With large and intense wildfires, wildlife habitats are also changing dramatically. Habitats are changing in terms […]

ACTWS Holiday Party!

Join us on December 10 for a holiday party like no other. We know that you've all been spending too much time on Zoom, but we guarantee none of that has been as fun as this. Join your colleagues for an afternoon happy hour to bring in the holiday season with merriment and laughter. There […]

Webinar – Hunting and Trapping Part 2: Human Dimensions

Continuing from our October webinar, Hunting and Trapping Part 2 explores the latest research and perspective pertaining to the human dimensions of hunting. We will continuing discussing the experience, how hunting and non-hunting recreation interact on the landscape, and diversity in area. This is our last webinar of 2022, so you don't want to miss […]

Committee Meetings

Our volunteer committees are essential to the ACTWS successes. Each committee is comprised of dedicated ACTWS members who work diligently to further the our mission throughout Alberta. As part of our conference week, we host committee meetings open to all ACTWS supporters. This is your opportunity to learn more about what these committees are working […]

AGM – Annual General Meeting and Awards Ceremony

Join us at our Annual General Meeting. We'll share our successes and challenges for 2021 and our plans for the coming year. Everyone is welcome to attend and learn more about the ACTWS. Only members can vote on organization matters. We'll also be introducing our newly elected board members. Members can vote in the board […]

Conference 2022 Public Talk and Live Auction!

As part of our annual conference, the ACTWS offers a free public talk sharing the latest Alberta wildlife science and management challenges and solutions. This year, we are overjoyed to feature the enigmatic wolverine. Wolverines ignite imaginations. Fierce and resilient, they suffer no wildlife fools, face challenges undaunted. That is the legend: reality is more…realistic. […]

Workshop – Plants vital to cultural knowledge

In many ways, plants are a foundation for ecological systems. In reality, they are the basis for so much more. This workshop will be hosted by a valued Knowledge Holder of the Métis Nation of Alberta. An explanation of a few chosen plants vital to the cultural knowledge of the Métis will be shared alongside […]

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In this context, it is not in reference to a legal professional designation.