ACTWS News

May Webinar Summary

Last week, we launched our monthly lunch and learn webinar series. It was fun and felt so good to connect with our membership. Monthly webinar details will be shared through our emailing list, social media, and our website (web page coming soon). Here’s a brief summary of our webinar from

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Thanks for Your Input! Membership Has Its Benefits

Are you a member of the ACTWS? Why or why not? The ACTWS has grown over the past few years, and so are our programs. With everything moving to virtual forums right now, we’ve launched our Speakers Bureau and a new monthly lunch and learn webinar series. With these changes,

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Poster Profile – Alyssa Bohart, MSc.

In lieu of the poster session at our 2020 conference, we are profiling posters from this year’s conference on our website every few weeks. This week’s focus is on polar bear migratory habits in Hudson Bay. Poster authors: Alyssa M. Bohart, Nicholas J. Lunn, Andrew E. Derocher, David McGeachy Poster

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Alberta Wildlife Publication Award Winner – Technical Category 2020

Alberta Wildlife Publication Award Winner – Technical Category 2020 This award recognizes wildlife professionals for outstanding written contributions in the publication in the technical category. Publications can be a book, article, monograph, or in this case a peer-reviewed article relevant to wildlife management and conservation in Alberta. This year, the

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Outreach

May Webinar Summary

Last week, we launched our monthly lunch and learn webinar series. It was fun and felt so good to connect with our membership. Monthly webinar details will be shared through

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White-nose Syndrome Challenge

You don’t have to be a bat expert to enter the White-nose Syndrome Challenge. This opportunity is open to anyone with an innovative idea for tools or techniques that will

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ACTWS 2020

Next spring, from March 13 – 15, 2020, Camrose will be humming with Alberta’s and Canada’s best and brightest wildlife biologists. With a theme of “Species on the Move”, ACTWS2020

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ACTWS presents to award winning class

On September 30th, John Wilmshurst, ACTWS Executive Director, presented his wildlife management message to a class from The Career and Technology Centre at Central Memorial High, Calgary, Alberta. The school

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Wildlife in the City

Family Nature Night this year was a another great event that the ACTWS attended. Student director, Nikki Paskar fascinated a young audience with her presentation on “superbirds” and led an

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Edmonton Wildlife Festival

This year the ACTWS, represented by our Student Director, Nikki Paskar, participated in the Edmonton Wildlife Festival. The event was fantastic and wildly exceeded all of our expectations. Nikki connected

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