BY ERIN MCCLOSKEY
Wood Buffalo National Park was established in 1922 to protect what remained of Canada’s wood bison. Today, exactly 100 years later, the park supports a population of approximately 3,000 bison, which coexist alongside their natural predator, the wolf. The core range of the park is quite possibly the only place where bison are wolves’ primary prey.Read More
Surprisingly for a land-locked province, much of Alberta is only easily accessible by water. Paddling offers views of wildlife, native plants, and spectacular scenery that even backcountry hikers or cyclists don’t get to see.
Read tips for nature-based paddling by well-known educator, Mark Lund.Read More
Join the Edmonton River Valley Conservation Coalition for a night of wonder and learning!
Nov 23, 7:00 pmRead More
Learn what makes bluebirds blue and download an entire guide to become a bluebirder!Read More
Thank you. Your help set Nature Alberta up for a bright future. We have never felt more inspired by the generosity of our Community Connected by a Love of Nature. We are truly grateful for your support!Read More
The Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation is now open for the winter!Read More
BY RICHARD HEDLEY
Imagine being a biologist: do you want to go on a long difficult journey to reach a site to conduct a breeding bird survey at dawn…or wheel your rollie chair over to your desk to use an acoustic survey? What are the cons of this scenario, if any? And how does it stack up to traditional surveys?Read More