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May 18, 2024

How to Be a Good Bird Photographer

Birds are some of the most popular things in nature to photograph. They can also…

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May 16, 2024

Busting the Boom: The Unintended Harm from Fireworks

I was blissfully blind to the harm that this spectacle inflicts on birds and other…

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May 14, 2024

The Health, Environmental and Financial Risks of Oil Sands Carbon Capture Projects Need to be Adequately Assessed by Alberta

Groups request environmental impact assessment of the Pathways Alliance carbon capture project May 14, 2024…

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May 13, 2024

Rosebud Update: Conservationists apply for judicial review of Alberta Environmental Appeals Board, alleges bias

  On May 13, 2023, local landowners, farmers, conservationists, photographers and concerned residents and business…

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May 10, 2024

AWA to participate in the Grassy Mountain Public Hearing

On April 10, 2024, AWA received a Notice of Hearing on the applications for a…

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In the past I've seen chaos in the hills. And because I study cumulative effects, I know that everything is related. So I've come to realize that there is a big picture and we won't get there unless we plan along the way.
- Roger Creasey
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