Monthly Archives: November 2011

Exciting happening at wolverine overpass…

November 16 was a momentous day for the Highway Wilding project.  Dr. Tony Clevenger and his intrepid team of researchers documented the inaugural use of a wildlife overpass in Banff National Park by a wolverine!  And, here is the proof:

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What About a Municipal “Conservation” Plan ?

Every Alberta municipality with a population over 3500 must adopt a “Municipal Development Plan.” This is the overarching statutory document of a municipality. In other jurisdictions this is called an “Official Community Plan” or a “Comprehensive Plan.” Regardless, the role … Continue reading

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Road Watch in the Pass just joined facebook

Road Watch is a citizen science project where citizens collect and report their wildlife observations through an on-line mapping tool (www.rockies.ca/roadwatch). The data collected by citizens to date has been used in conservation planning processes and to inform the “Highway … Continue reading

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A hearty thank you for your support and assistance last winter…

As winter approaches once again, we wish to take pause and thank the folks who contributed their support and assistance to the wolverine research project last winter. Although we are not recruiting volunteers for this winter, we encourage you to … Continue reading

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Your small change can make a big difference.

We are pleased to tell you about our Highway Wilding project’s partnership with award-winning filmmaker Leanne Allison to create a documentary film about wildlife and highways, and how we can work together to reduce the harm that highways cause to … Continue reading

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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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