The ABMI is a leader in biodiversity monitoring. We track changes in Alberta's wildlife and their habitats from border to border, and provide ongoing, relevant, scientifically credible information on Alberta's living resources. For our province's land use decision-makers.
For Alberta's future land stewards. For Albertans.

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  • Food stipend provided to cover food costs

  • Accommodation provided for the entire contract

  • Receive taxonomic ID training from some of Alberta's top taxonomists

  • Collect high quality data to provide relevant, timely and credible scientific knowledge on the state of Alberta’s environment

  • Travel and explore the many natural regions of Alberta