The Calgary Zoo Foundation’s greater sage grouse initiative is a 10-year project funded primarily by Alberta Environment and Parks and by Environment and Climate Change Canada. It is because of critical programs like this one that 5 endangered species have a brighter future. Read the full article here.
We couldn’t do our important conservation work saving species from extinction locally and globally without the support of our staff, volunteers, donors, members and partners.
A special thank you to the incredible partners and funders who support the success of these critical programs and are committed to the recovery of these incredible Canadian species, including:
- Program partners: International Crane Foundation
- Funding Partners: Whooping Crane Recovery Program is proudly funded by ConocoPhillips Canada.
- Program Partners: Alberta Environment and Parks, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Nature Conservancy of Canada, and Parks Canada.
- Funding Partners: This project was undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada through the federal Department of the Environment, Alberta Environment and Parks, and Joan Snyder for the Snyder-Wilson Family Greater Sage-Grouse Pavilion. Support for the greater sage-grouse soft release pens provided by Pembina.
Vancouver Island marmots:
- Program Partners: Marmot Recovery Foundation, and Vancouver Island Marmot Recovery Team.
Northern leopard frog:
- Program Partners: BC Northern Leopard Frog Recovery Team.
- Funding Partners: This project was undertaken with the financial support of Donald and Eleanor Seaman Family Foundation.
For more information on these programs, click the links below: