Come join us at Oak Island Resort for the 2019 AGM! Coming soon! Thanks for registering! For the first time, we have to close registration as we are full!
Stay tuned for more information on this year’s spring seminar on April 24 in Sackville, NB. This year’s theme is Technological Advances in Atlantic Canada Fish and Wildlife Management. Register now!
More info is available regarding the 2018 AGM. Abstract Submission Deadline: October 5, 2018 See the AGM Page for more information.
The 2018 AGM has been set! October 21-23 in Cornerbrook, NL. See the AGM page for more details.
If you are unable to attend the 2018 Spring Seminar in person, for the first time the ASFWB will also be making the spring seminar presentations viewable by webinar courtesy of the Atlantic Salmon Conservation Foundation. You will have to register for both the morning and afternoon sessions (you won’t be able to watch us[…]
The date for the 2018 Spring Seminar is set: Tuesday, April 24, 2018. The proposed general theme for the seminar is Urban Environments. We will provide more information on the specific talks in the coming weeks. We are also working on something new, so stay tuned!
Check out the spring seminar page for a link to the agenda!
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.