Always a pleasure to catch the beautiful Canada Warbler and today we’ve caught 4! Unfortunately this species is listed as Threatened on the Species at Risk Act as it has declined by 62% between 1970 and 2014. This hatch year male is about to embark on a 3,000 mile journey south! pic.twitter.com/n156ZmS8sq Retweeted by Fiera Biological

#fieldworkfriday Understanding the #impact of a proposed #development on #naturalfeatures often means getting your feet wet. Here, Dr. Shari Clare is sporting her favourite #fieldfashion, while assessing a #wetland in Central #Alberta. #ecology #assessment #conservation pic.twitter.com/wj2Vpfy06i

Who We Are

We are natural scientists who specialize in ecological research, monitoring, and planning. Our expertise is in-house.

Our team provides our clients with scientifically-sound research, information and tools to maintain healthy and resilient ecosystems. We are committed to effective natural resource management policies and provide research and planning services with the highest level of professional integrity.

We rely on clear communication to help clients understand and make better decisions to manage natural resources.

 

Our Team

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Shari Clare
(Phd, PBiol)

science director & senior biologist

 

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Joseph Litke
(BSc, PBiol)

managing director & senior biologist

 

Erin Doxsey-Whitfield

Erin Doxsey-Whitfield
(MSc)

Hydrologist & gis specialist

Brad Danielson

Brad Danielson
(PhD)

UAV & Instrumentation Specialist; Geomatics Research and Development

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Shantel Koenig
(PhD)

Landscape Ecologist & GIS Specialist

Bing Lu

Bing Lu
(PhD)

Senior Remote Sensing Scientist

 

Renee Howard

Renee Howard
(MSc, PBiol)

Senior Ecologist & wetland specialist

 

Murphy Dog

Mr Murphy
(DOG)

Office Dog

Riley Draganflyer

Riley Draganflyer
(X4-P)

Aerial Perspectives Specialist