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Caribou conservation work shared at BVN presentation

The presentation by Jasper National Park’s caribou recovery program’s team members Lalenia Neufeld and Jean-Francois Bisaillon will discuss caribou and wolf population monitoring, managing species at risk and conservation breeding.
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A young caribou in Jasper National Park. Lalenia Neufeld Parks Canada Photo

JASPER – Parks Canada’s caribou recovery program will be the topic of discussion at Bow Valley Naturalists’ meeting on Tuesday, January, 24 at 7:30 p.m.

The presentation by Jasper National Park’s caribou recovery program’s team members Lalenia Neufeld and Jean-Francois Bisaillon will discuss caribou and wolf population monitoring, managing species at risk and conservation breeding.

The two will be presenting online from Jasper, so people are asked to register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Neufeld has been a biologist and ecosystem scientist with the caribou recovery program in Jasper since 2006. She works in researching and monitoring woodland caribou and associated species like wolves. Bisaillon has been an ecologist and program manager with the caribou recovery program in Jasper since 2014.

Registration is accessible on the Bow Valley website at www.bowvalleynaturalists.org.