Outdoor Recreation

Event

Film Screening & Talk: Staying Safe in Bear Country

Apr 1 2012 - 1:00am

presents a special Film Screening: 

Staying Safe in Bear Country

With a guest appearance from Stephen Herrero 

As the summer hiking season approaches, and bears start to emerge from hibernation, how much do you know about staying safe during your recreational activities?  Read more about Film Screening & Talk: Staying Safe in Bear Country

Location

Alberta Wilderness Association
455 12 Street NW
Calgary , AB
Media Release

Moratorium on motorized access necessary for grizzly survival

CALGARY -  Industrial and public motorized access routes in grizzly bear habitat greatly exceed thresholds recommended in the Alberta government’s official Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan. This issue is so critical that several Alberta Conservation organizations are calling for an immediate moratorium on new roads. Read more about Moratorium on motorized access necessary for grizzly survival

Media Release

Motorized Access Levels in the Ghost Too High for Grizzlies

 Motorized access density in southern Alberta’s Ghost Watershed is more than three times that officially recorded by the Alberta government, and more than four times the maximum recommended in the province’s Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan says a new report released August 8. Motorized access levels in bear habitat strongly correspond to high mortality rates for grizzly bears. Read more about Motorized Access Levels in the Ghost Too High for Grizzlies

Media Release

North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper's Swim Guide

Looking for a great Alberta beach this long weekend? There’s an app for that!

Edmonton, AB – Summer is half over and we all need some sun, sand and swimming. Thanks to North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper, finding your perfect beach just got easier.

This week, Riverkeeper launches the Swim Guide in Alberta, a brand new – and completely free – smartphone app and website. Swim Guide helps you locate your closest, cleanest beach, get directions, report pollution, view photos, determine if the water is safe for swimming, and share the whole adventure with friends and family on your social networks. Read more about North Saskatchewan Riverkeeper's Swim Guide

Event

Sheep River Winter Hike

Feb 16 2011 - 7:00am

Distance: 6 - 8 km

The winter snow contains many stories.  Animals (and some birds) leave their tracks, the action of the wind is recorded and life-giving water is stored to be released with the return of spring.  Winter hiking!  Why not?

For registration and more information… Read more about Sheep River Winter Hike

Location

Sheep River Provincial Park
Kananaskis , AB

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