About Us

Habitat Management

Watch this awesome video made from pictures taken during the Wildlife Movement Study!
Thanks to Jonathan R. Schmidt for making this
AWARD WINNING video!
This video entitled Still Motion was presented at the Banff World Tour in January 2011.

Our Wildlife Corridor Study is now available at our office (Belvedere House) for purchase or check it out on our merchandise page .

The report, with high resolution images, can be purchased for $30.

Check out our projects  for information on various Habitat Management projects being undertaken and that have been completed. 

area wildlife + plants

Ring-Necked Pheasant
Phasianus colchicus
Males have a distinguished body compared to the females. They have a black head and white stripe around the collar and short black tuffs around the ears. Males have a long tail, red face, and a bronze body with several patterns of colour ranging from green, and maroon to cream. Females have a shorter tail and varied light and dark brown markings.
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