- 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.
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Check out the Spring 2022 Biolink now available!
This year’s Spring Seminar is scheduled for May 3, 2022 in Sackville, NB. The topic is Invasive Species. This will be an in-person seminar assuming there are no changes to Covid guidelines. Stay tuned for more information.
Go to the AGM page to see the 2021 abstracts.
October 19-21, 2021 Rodd Brudenell River Resort, 86 Dewar’s Lane, Cardigan, PEI Registration is Now Closed. For More information: ASFWB Conference Details
DUC is launching its first-ever Youth Advisory Council and are looking for a motivated and diverse group of young Canadians (aged 18-23) to advise DUC on our conservation and engagement strategies. Youth Advisory Council members will share their perspectives on the future of conservation, what role they want to play and how DUC can move[…]
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58th Annual General Meeting October 19-21, 2021 Brudenell Resort, PEI Please reserve the date. Details will follow! Rosemary CurleyVP-Program
Join us VIRTUALLY for the 2021 Spring Seminar on April 21. Topic is Citizen Science. Register now!
The Fall 2020 edition of the ASFWB Newsletter is now available.
Due to COVID- 19, we have made adjustments to our usual programming. Our regular Fall Meeting and AGM, which was scheduled to take place in October at the Brudenell Resort, PEI, will take place in an abbreviated form online! Our online Fall Meeting and AGM will be held Wednesday October 21, 2020 at 1:30 –[…]