Wolf tracks in the snow (Photo by NCC)

Wolf tracks in the snow (Photo by NCC)

Hands-on Alberta winter tracking mission kick-off

Date: Thursday, January 14, 2021  

Time: 4 p.m.–4:30 p.m. (MST)

Looking for a reason to get outside this winter? Look no further! The Nature Conservancy of Canada and NatureLynx are challenging Albertans to get outside between January 15-30 and contribute to citizen science through the 2021 Hands-on Alberta winter tracking mission.

Join NatureLynx’s Jordan Bell as he introduces the NatureLynx platform and explains how to use it to contribute to the winter tracking mission. Help us kick off this exciting mission and join a community of citizen scientists in collecting biodiversity data across Alberta!

Register today by emailing hannah.schaepsmeyer@natureconservancy.ca

Speaker bio

Jordan Bell (Photo by Jordan Bell)

Jordan Bell (Photo by Jordan Bell)

Jordan Bell

Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute

Jordan is the citizen science coordinator at the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute (ABMI). The ABMI is a not-for-profit organization that monitors biodiversity all across Alberta. For the past two and a half years, Jordan has managed their citizen science app, NatureLynx. He is also involved in other community-based monitoring initiatives and supports land access negotiations for ABMI’s core biodiversity monitoring programs.

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