What has the Backyard Wilderness project been up to? Here's a brief update on this #SAWC17 participant's current findings and future plans with her ongoing research project touching on urban wildlife. CLOSING CEREMONY: FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17th at Lethbridge City Hall!
As we pause between Christmas and the new year, many of us finally have the time to count our blessings and think about what gifts we have been given that may not have come from Santa's sled. Fix a hot chocolate and curl up with an article from OWC volunteer and Guest Blogger, Ted Naninga. He's a wildlife biologist, and new to the Lethbridge area. He explains why the Oldman watershed is the greatest gift of all. We agree! There are still two days left in 2016 if you'd like to donate. https://oldmanwatershed-council.squarespace.com/donating
Book The Date JULY 26th! Learn about the science and history of Waterton Lakes National Parks... topics include the threats facing salamanders, cross-boundary work on climate change, the parks’ lesser-known past and how remote cameras are used to track wildlife movement. Experts will discuss aquatic resources, landscapes, history and wildlife.