Professional Development Event – Jasper Caribou Recovery Program

Do you have questions about the endangered Caribou? What’s Parks Canada doing to help this species recover its numbers?

Join us for an interactive presentation on the Jasper National Park’s Caribou Recovery Program. The presentation will be led by Parks Canada scientists, Lalenia Neufeld and Jean-François Bisaillon.

The presentation will discuss topics such as caribou and wolf population monitoring, managing species at risk, and conservation breeding.

Dates: December 7, 2022
Time: 7:00pm – 7:30pm MST, followed by a Q&A
Location: Virtually on Zoom
CPD Hours: 1 hour
Price: Free!

     

Lalenia Neufeld

Layla has been a biologist and ecosystem scientist with the Caribou Recovery Program in Jasper National Park since 2006. She works in researching and monitoring woodland caribou and associated species like wolves. She has a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta in biological sciences and a Master of Science in wildlife ecology and management. Her thesis included studies on caribou and wolves in the Little Smoky caribou range.

Jean-François Bisaillon

JF has been an ecologist and program manager with the Caribou Recovery Program in Jasper National Park since 2014. He has a Bachelor of Science from McGill University in environmental science and a Master of Science in physical geography. JF started his career with Parks Canada in Cape Breton Highlands National Park (Nova Scotia) before moving to the Western Artic Field Unit in Inuvik (Northwest Territories) for six years where he worked in a variety of positions including Monitoring Ecologist and Site Manager for Ivvavik National Park and the Pingo Canadian Landmark.

 

 

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Dec 07 2022

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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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