Tag Archives: Banff National Park

Mount Royal University’s Face Time features Highway Wilding film

Mount Royal University’s Face Time is featuring a story on the Highway Wilding film. The story is timely as we are heading into our final push to promote the film. It features interviews with both film-maker Leanne Allison and Miistakis … Continue reading

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Wolves, wolves, everywhere…

Wolves, wolves, everywhere… Please visit our Highway Wilding blog to read the latest post from our intrepid field researcher Mirjam who writes about the recent wolf action on highway underpasses in Banff National Park.  She has also shared a very … Continue reading

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Lovely lynx in the lens…and in the media!

The Highway Wilding project has some more exciting news to report.  A lynx crossed the Trans-Canada Highway on one of the wildlife overpasses, and a remote camera captured this fantastic image: Here is the full media release: Rare Image Captured … Continue reading

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Creative holiday card features a conservation message

We are pleased to report that Arctos & Bird has once again included a creative conservation message in their holiday card.  This holiday season their card profiles highway crossing structures for wildlife, the ARC wildlife crossing design competition and a … Continue reading

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Wolverines featured in Globe & Mail article

We are pleased to share that Bruce Kirkby has written an excellent article for the Globe and Mail about wolverine, the challenges to their survival, and the researchers who are studying them including Dr. Tony Clevenger.  The article also features … Continue reading

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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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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 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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Across the Great Divide

Across the great divide by Lisa Rochon From Saturday’s Globe and Mail Published Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 4:30PM EST Last updated Friday, Jan. 28, 2011 4:53PM EST Designers usually design for humans. Designing for the sake of animals – whether … Continue reading

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Public Consultation Meetings – Development at Norquay

Mount Norquay is soliciting public input on their future development plans, and is hosting Public Consultation Open Houses today and tomorrow. Continue reading

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