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

Wildlife Research and Monitoring

Our biologists are experts at designing and implementing wildlife research and monitoring programs that aim to better understand how land management practices impact wildlife populations and habitats.

We do field research to determine how wildlife and their habitats are affected by land-use practices. We use this information to improve and refine management practices to maintain healthy ecosystems.

Our staff has the expertise to conduct a wide range of applied wildlife research and monitoring projects on a variety of species and ecosystems. We can help our clients understand how wildlife and their habitats may respond to current and future land management practices or scenarios.