Resources

Roy V. Rea's Photo Gallery | National Geographic Your Shot

Alces - The Journal

Alces is a journal devoted to the biology and management of moose.

Aleza Lake Research Forest

The Aleza Lake Research Forest is co-operatively managed by the University of Northern British Columbia (UNBC) and University of British Columbia (UBC) and agency and industry partners, through the non-profit Aleza Lake Research Forest Society. The research forest provides a location for field research and education, and also facilitates the development, implementation and evaluation of research and education programs with the user groups.

Baja California Field Studies Program

Bahía de los Angeles is famous among scientists, educators and fishermen because of its natural beauty and the incredible diversity of life. This setting provides great opportunities to learn about the natural environment and provides a backdrop for courses offered by the Baja Program at Glendale Community College.

Field Applications in Resource Management

NREM 333 is a two-week field camp course designed to provide students with an overall professional-level integration of forest resource management that draws on the student's collective undergraduate experiences. Field camp provides a setting for students, instructors and resource professionals to discuss, apply and integrate principles from undergraduate course and lab work, field and employment experiences.

John Prince Research Forest

The John Prince Research Forest is unique in North America in that it is the only research forest that is jointly managed by a University and a First Nation community. The purpose of the forest is to promote inter-disciplinary research while providing education and employment opportunities for the local community.

The Natural Resources and Environmental Studies Institute

The NRES Institute is a formal association of UNBC faculty and affiliates that promotes integrative research to address natural resource systems and human uses of the environment, including issues pertinent to northern regions.

Northern Lights Wildlife Society

The Northern Lights Wildlife Society is dedicated to giving injured and/or orphaned wildlife a second chance at survival.

Roy bottle feeding moose at Northern Lights Wildlife Shelter, Smithers, BC

Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management

INA is responsible for education, research and information within its subject area. The education at INA follows international standards and includes Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s Degree and PhD. INA also offers continued and further education.

UNBC Fish and Wildlife Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society

The UNBC Fish and Wildlife Student Chapter is designed to host regular activities, meetings, and field trips to expand members' knowledge of fish and wildlife science and research; Provide opportunities for members to gain field experience in areas of fish and wildlife research and management; Provide members with access to a student mentorship program; Host educational programs and lectures on fish and wildlife issues; and Facilitate member participation in activities and conferences sponsored by other chapters of TWS.

Wildlife Collision Prevention Program

The Wildlife Collision Prevention Program is a part of the British Columbia Conservation Foundation and is dedicated to the dissemination of information on animal vehicle collision prevention in British Columbia and beyond.