Compiled here is a list of current and past projects with wildlife cameras in western Canada undertaken by our membership. You can click on any of the projects to learn more about them, or explore the map. You can also access our searchable database here, where you can sort or search for projects by target species, affiliation, region, etc.
Supplemental Feeding of Kennedy Siding Caribou Project
Kennedy Siding caribou herd range; central British Columbia Canada
Doug uses camera traps at feeding stations (currently in year 6) to census caribou in the Kennedy Siding Herd in central British Columbia. Photographs allow him to identify each caribou by their unique antler morphology. The process needs...
Sustaining Mesocarnivore Populations and Habitat in Lower Mainland Watersheds
Golden Ears Provincial Park and the Stave Watershed
This project will use non-invasive survey techniques to evaluate the distribution, habitat use, and human-caused threats of mesocarnivore populations in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia. This information is necessary to help trappers...
The Algar Wildlife Monitoring Project
Algar Region, northeastern Alberta
The Algar Seismic Restoration Pilot Project was an industry-led initiative between 2012 and 2015 that aimed to restore seismic lines in caribou habitat within the Algar herd range (East Side Athabasca River population, northeastern...
Townsend's Big-eared Bat Maternity Colony Relocation Monitoring
Qualicum Beach and Qualicum National Wildlife Area
Wildlife cameras are being used to monitor bat use at an old bat house due to be deconstructed in 2020, and at a new bat condo recently constructed, as a potential new abode for the colony.
UBC Farm Biodiversity Monitoring Project
University of British Columbia
Eight cameras have been setup in the production area and forested portion of the UBC Farm to monitor mammal abundance, diversity, and movement. This is part of a larger long-term monitoring project at UBC Farm that focuses on understanding...