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Happy New Year! Beki Snyder, Manager of Operations
February 23, 2021
Ammendments to SARA - Schedule 1
January 22, 2021
SAR Recovery Strategy, Red-headed Woodpecker
January 09, 2021
New Water Act Code of Practice
December 24, 2020
21 assessments of species at risk - public consultations
December 01, 2020
COVID-19 and the consultations on the listing of terrestrial SAR
October 21, 2020
Management Plan for the Western Toad
September 22, 2020
Update to the Wetland Assessment and Impact Form
September 09, 2020
Order Amending Schedule 1 to the Species at Risk Act
These events are offered by the organizations named in the listings and are neither conducted nor endorsed by the Alberta Society of Professional Biologists unless specifically stated.
The Alberta Native Plant Council has been running an online webinar series in place of our traditional fall-winter Plant Study Groups. Some topics are still being confirmed, please check up to date information HERE. Webinar registration is HERE
Subsoil Salinity Tool: 1.5-day Update Course Dates
This online update course provides a description of changes to chloride guideline calculations from the previous version (v2.5.3), and also describes the SAR and sodium guideline calculations introduced into Version 3.0. Registration information is available HERE.
Subsoil Salinity Tool: 3.5 day Course Dates
This online course includes three days of instruction on theory, software tool operation, and case studies, with the exam on the morning of the fourth day morning (four-hour comprehensive exam). Registration information is available HERE.
Understanding Statistics and Decision-Making for Natural Resource Managers. Online, from Columbia Mountains Institute, with two date options:
Scaling Up Camera Trap Surveys to Inform Regional Wildlife Conservation Online. from Columbia Mountains Institute May 18-20, 2021
Columbia Mountains Institute Courses at Revelstoke. Read more at these links:
Online: The Foundations of Wildlife Chemical Capture
This is an independent course you can take on your own time, currently used by state and federal agencies to train and certify their field biologists. Over 60 wildlife professionals, including 14 other wildlife veterinarians, have contributed content. The course material is available for a full year once you sign up. For detailed information, read more here: https://courses.wildlifecaptureandcare.com/Foundations-information-page
QGIS: Level I & II.
Columbia Mountains Institute. This course is online, and ongoing Read more