BAM News and Updates

  • PhD opportunity: species distribution and abundance models of Canadian owls

    PhD opportunity: species distribution and abundance models of Canadian owls

    PhD opportunity: species distribution and abundance models of Canadian owls (Le français suit) Applications received by March 15th will receive full consideration.
  • SFI Conservation Value Assessment Tool

    SFI Conservation Value Assessment Tool

    SFI Conservation Value Assessment Tool   BAM's data and models have been used to develop a web-application tool to support conservation planning and to explore the conservation value of certified forests. BAM’s representation analysis and associated web-application, created in partnership …
  • NA-POPS: Point Count Offsets for Population Sizes of North America Landbirds

    NA-POPS: Point Count Offsets for Population Sizes of North America Landbirds

    BAM is a primary partner on a new project to generate open-source detectability offsets for all North American landbirds. These offsets will allow for the quantitative integration of observations from different programs and field protocols.  This project is a collaborative …
  • New Canada-wide land bird density estimates (version 4.0)

    New Canada-wide land bird density estimates (version 4.0)

    New Canada-wide land bird density estimates (version 4.0)   Population sizes, habitat associations, and distributions for 143 landbird species to support status assessment, regional planning, conservation prioritization, and recovery of species at risk. Density map of Canada Warbler (average density, …
  • 2019-2020 BAM Annual Report

    2019-2020 BAM Annual Report

    BAM 2019-2020 Annual Report  Le français suit We are pleased to provide you with the 2019-20 BAM Annual Report, outlining BAM’s activities and collaborations during our previous year. We apologize for the late release of this report resulting from unusual …
  • New Publication: Response of birds to the effects of caribou conservation, harvest, fire, and energy-sector impacts

    New Publication: Response of birds to the effects of caribou conservation, harvest, fire, and energy-sector impacts

    New Publication: Quantifying long-term bird population to responds to the effects of caribou (Rangifer tarandus) conservation, harvest, fire, and energy-sector development in Alberta. As interest in caribou conservation continues to increase, there is growing interest in understanding potential trade-offs or …
  • Webinar: Managed Forests for Birds in the Boreal Transition Region of the US and Canada

    Webinar: Managed Forests for Birds in the Boreal Transition Region of the US and Canada

    On June 3, 2020, the Boreal Avian Modelling Project in partnership with the SFI Conservation Team and the American Bird Conservancy (ABC) delivered an e-workshop on Managed Forests for Birds in the Boreal Transition Region of the US and Canada. …
  • Prioritizing Areas for the Threatened Canada Warbler in Atlantic Canada

    Prioritizing Areas for the Threatened Canada Warbler in Atlantic Canada

    New Publication: Prioritizing Areas for Land Conservation and Forest Management Planning for the Threatened Canada Warbler in the Atlantic Northern Forest In February 2020, we published our work identifying priority regions for Canada Warbler conservation and forest management in BCR …