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

Feature Projects

Project 1: Neighbourhoods As Habitat

Does living near a natural area have a measurable impact on our health?

To answer this question we will bridge the fields of health, social, and ecosystem science. Learn More.

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Project 2: The Value of Wetlands

Wetlands, conservation, delineation, agriculture, research, management, UAV, drone, remote sensing, science, ACA,

What if retained wetlands are more valuable to farmers for crop production than if they were drained and planted to crop?

Our multi-disciplinary approach to this research combines the sciences of remote sensing, wetland ecology, and resource economics. Learn More.

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