Author Archives: Samantha Managh

Thank you for voting for Cowboys and Carnivores

We at Miistakis and Drywood Yarrow Conservation Partnership would like to thank you for voting for Cowboys and Carnivore on the Shell Fueling Change website. Unfortunately we did not win the 100,000, but not for a lack of effort from … Continue reading

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New video compilation of animals using the Banff National Park crossing structures.

Check out this new video of animals using the crossing structures in Banff National Park. This video and others will be featured on the Highway Wilding website when in launches later this fall.

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Miistakis collaborator John Weaver featured in the New York Times.

A new report from a conservation group about the wildlands that surround Glacier National Park in Montana and Canada says that unprotected public lands within the “Crown of the Continent” ecosystem should be protected to assure that the wildest ecosystem … Continue reading

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A Review of Compensation Programs for Livestock in Southwestern Alberta

New report prepared by the Miistakis Institute reviewing the compensation programs for livestock in Southwestern Alberta is now available. Please go to the Waterton Biosphere Reserve website to access it.

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Living with Coyotes featured on Ward 9 TV

Miistakis project Living with Coyotes was recently featured on Alderman Carra’s Ward 9TV.

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Miistakis partner featured in Rocky Mountain Outlook

Researchers working to solidify bear count. With strong advances in DNA technology, researchers in Banff National Park are trying to get a better handle on the number of bears living in the Bow Valley and surrounding wilderness. Click here to … Continue reading

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Miistakis Director of Research and Liaison presenting at CAG 2011.

The Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) is the national organization representing practising geographers from public and private sectors and from universities. The University of Calgary Geography Department is hosting the CAG’s 2011 annual conference and meeting, May 31 – June … Continue reading

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Miistakis partner and WolverineWatch lead researcher Dr Tony Clevenger featured in the Rocky Mountain Outlook.

Wolverine Study Yields Valuable Fur and Facts. “The main study is to learn if the Trans-Canada and other highways are barriers to their movement and gene flow that fragment the population in two,” Clevenger explained. “Such fragmentation would ultimately reduce … Continue reading

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The Waterton Biosphere Reserve Association has a new website

Waterton Biosphere Reserve Association is excited to invite you to visit our new website (http://www.watertonbiosphere.com). Find out more about the Waterton Biosphere Reserve and how you can get involved in the future of this special place. During the next year, … Continue reading

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A number of Miistakis projects are featured in the latest Crown of the Continent eMagazine.

You might like the latest issue of the Crown of the Continent eMagazine with articles about the region surrounding  Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park.

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