Alberta Nocturnal Owl Survey



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Alberta Nocturnal Owl Survey
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Beaverhill Bird Observatory: The Beaverhill Bird Observatory is a member of the Canadian Migration Monitoring Station. It is located 80 km southeast of Edmonton, on the southeast corner of Beaverhill Lake (13,900 hectares). The station operates from May through October and is located in Beaverhill Lake Natural Area, an internationally recognized birding area known for its shorebirds and waterfowl.


Bird Studies Canada: Bird Studies Canada (BSC) is Canada's national bird conservation organization. Its mission is to advance the understanding, appreciation and conservation of wild birds and their habitats through studies that engage the skills, enthusiasm and support of volunteers, members, staff and the interested public. BSC conducts a wide range of local, regional, national and international programs, dependant upon the active involvement of thousands of volunteer "Citizen Scientists", guided by a small group of professional scientists.


Alberta Sustainable Resource Development: Albertans across the province enjoy a great abundance of natural resources. Sustainable Resource Development (SRD) works with Albertans across the province to ensure a balance between the economic, environmental and social values of our province. We fight forest fires, manage fish and wildlife, oversee the development of Alberta's forests, and manage the use of public lands.


Canadian Wildlife Service: The Canadian Wildlife Service - Environment Canada is Canada's national wildlife agency, which handles wildlife matters that are the responsibility of the federal government. This includes the protection and management of migratory birds and nationally important wildlife habitat, endangered species, research on nationally important wildlife issues, control of international trade in endangered species, and international treaties.




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