Healthy Landscapes Program Lead David Andison was interviewed on CKUA's Innovation Anthology.
The GIS Program helped train the MSGC.
Blog from the fRI Research Caribou Program field crew in the Redrock-Prairie Creek and Little Smoky areas.
Blog from the fRI Research Caribou Program field crew in the Narraway.
Celebrating IDWGS and women in STEM.
A tool created by the GIS Program measures travel distance between seismic lines and the nearest town for caribou conservation.
Dan Wismer is our new GIS Analyst.
In the foothills of west-central Alberta, the last of the snow does not melt until May. It is then that the dwindling herds of caribou begin their spring migration up into the Rocky Mountains.
The GIS and Grizzly Bear Programs created an animation of grizzly bear movement around a landscape of forest and cut blocks, using real GPS collar data.
A new paper from the Caribou Program reveals how caribou from two herds in west-central Alberta are shifting their home range to higher altitudes.
Barry Nobert, MSc, rejoins the team as the Caribou Program's newest wildlife biologist.
Four papers and a PhD thesis published, and more on the way.