- To keep its members informed about current problems and issues in fisheries and wildlife biology and to provide for an exchange of expertise and information between Atlantic area biologists working in these fields.
- To encourage the training and development of fisheries and wildlife biologists in Atlantic Canada.
- To promote the wise use and management of fish and wildlife resources in Atlantic Canada.
- To provide professional group services to member biologists; such as access to journals, and information exchange.
New from the asfwb
The preliminary agenda is now available for the upcoming AGM. Be sure to register by October 18th!
The AGM is in Moncton in 3 weeks. More info has been posted. Book your room ASAP!
This is our CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS for the AGM in October in Moncton.
Better late than never! See the NEWS section for the latest Biolink, the ASFWB newsletter.
Check out the spring seminar page for a link to the agenda!
by Laura Logan-Chesney. From 2014-2016, I had the honour of receiving the Donald G. Dodds scholarship twice from the ASFWB. I would like to extend my gratitude to everyone involved in fundraising for this award. It was so appreciated and gave me a financial boost while I completed my Masters research. I was supervised by[…]
The date for the 2017 ASFWB Spring Seminar has been set. We will gather Thursday, April 27 at the Crabtree Auditorium in Sackville, NB to listen to talks on “Toxins in the Environment”. Stay tuned for more information by checking out the Events tab above.
by Emma Carmichael. This past year, I had the immense honour of receiving the Atlantic Society of Fish and Wildlife Biologists Fish and Wildlife Research grant for my honours work at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. My work with Acadia focuses on population demographics and social image of two at-risk skate species, the[…]
Check out the new BIOLINK , the official newsletter of ASFWB. Includes articles on searching for swallows and swifts, and conservation news from southern Nova Scotia. Click on “News” in the menu at the top of the page.
This past year I had the honor of receiving the Atlantic Society of Fish and Wildlife Biologist Fish and Wildlife Research Grant for my masters studies at Acadia University, in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, on improving citizen science participation in conservation research of Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis) in Nova Scotia. This funding has allowed me to pursue my[…]