Fiera Biological Consulting

Making nature matter

At Fiera Biological, our mission is to advance wildlife and habitat conservation through understanding, innovation, and action, so that all of us may continue to benefit from nature and natural spaces.

Services

Whether you are looking for a bird survey, a wetland permit, or a habitat inventory, we are here to help! Our team of natural scientists and geomatics specialists can assist with a wide range of environmental services at any stage of your project.

Outreach & workshops

One of the best parts of our job is sharing the extensive natural knowledge we’ve grown over the years. If you want to learn more about wetlands, wildlife tracking, remote sensing, or other ecological topics, check out some of the things we have going on!

Every Track Tells A Story – An introduction to Wildlife Tracking

February 12, 2024 | On-line via Zoom | Free | Register in Advance

We have partnered with the Beaver Hills Biosphere Reserve to provide an on-line virtual introduction to wildlife tracking.

Who Stepped Here? – a field-based introductory workshop on track identification

All Ages | February 19, 2024 at 9:AM to 2PM | Miquelon Lake | $22.63

We are proud to have partnered with the Beaver Hills Biosphere Reserve to provide a combined classroom and outdoor wildlife tracking workshop.

Wolf tracks. grey wolf, timber wolf, Alberta, Canada. Professional track identification, cybertracker, wildlife specialist, tracks & sign, track id, tracking course, tracking instruction.

Track & Sign Evaluation – Feb 24 & 25, Edmonton, Alberta

Saturday & Sunday, February 24 & 25, 2024 | Ages 18+ | Registration closed | Sold Out

Latest news

On Top – Canada Lynx (Lynx canadensis)

February 1, 2024

Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) are specially adapted to walk on top of snow with their big, splaying, fur-covered feet that function as snowshoes. The advantage of these specialized feet in catching their preferred prey, the snowshoe hare (Lepus americanus), is debatable due to the snowshoe hare’s own similar adaptation for floating on the snow.

The White Walker – Mountain Goat (Oreamnos americanus)

January 1, 2024

Mountain goats are “white walkers” even when winter isn’t coming. They keep their white coats all year round. At Fiera Biological we study a population of mountain goats in west central Alberta and for part of that study, we are using remote cameras to better understand how predators (and their typical “not mountain goats” prey) use the habitat surrounding the cliff habitat that the goats are using.

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