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Monitoring and management strategies for black and grizzly bears, caribou, wood bison and other wildlife.
Aerial surveys are used to assess population trends, distribution and herd composition of the province's ungulates.
These guidelines provide clear inventory protocols for a number of at-risk wildlife species in Alberta.
To perform wildlife research or collection in Alberta, you need a wildlife research permit and collection licence.
Access this government-maintained online fisheries and wildlife database.
Guidelines and directives to minimize the impact of land-use activities on wildlife.
Learn about the role of Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) in wildlife management and hunting regulation in Alberta.
These maps provide information on the locations of sensitive wildlife populations in the Province of Alberta.
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