Monthly Archives: May 2011

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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Vote for Cowboys & Carnivores!!

The Drywood Yarrow Conservation Partnership (DYCP) & Miistakis need your help to secure $100,000 for our innovative landowner carnivore monitoring program called “Cowboys & Carnivores” (  The  DYCP and Miistakis are developing a community based monitoring program to monitor carnivore … Continue reading

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Critters in the Rock Creek Corridor

The Rock Creek Corridor is a block of unique and important wildlife habitat along the east slopes of the Rockies just outside the Crowsnest Pass. It is home to a multitude of species including moose, elk, deer, cougars, grizzly and … Continue reading

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Highway 3 research profiled in Pincher Creek Echo

The Crowsnest Conservation Society and Road Watch in the Pass are hosting a community meeting to present the results of The Highway 3:Transportation Mitigation for Wildlife and Connectivity report, developed by Miistakis Institute, Western Transportation Institute and Yellowstone to Yukon … Continue reading

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