Wildlife and landscape scientists cooperate with many government and non-government organizations to develop monitoring projects and programs which will provide long term insights into wildlife patterns and changes in ecosystems. Wildlife and landscape scientists work closely with the Canadian Wildlife Service, which is the lead agency for federal wildlife monitoring programs in Canada.
These cooperative programs contribute to a broad scientific understanding of wildlife health, population trends and their causes, and ecosystem variability, and provide decision-makers with sound science to create and adjust policy and regulations based on sound science.
This site is under construction, please check back for updates.
Monitoring Programs and Surveys
- Contaminants Monitoring
- Ecological Monitoring
- Survey Design
- Wild Bird Influenza Survey
- Date Modified: