Spring 2013 News
New video up on the WRS Video page, "The Secret Love Life of Painted Turtles" starring Patrick Moldowan and produced by Sabrina Doyle.
BLISS awarded the Town of Huntsville Bursary for Health and Environmental Research 2013, for the work on reproductive biology and sensitivity to environmental change of the Spotted Salamander.
The 2013 Research Report is in the works but not yet available!
Winter 2014 News
Wildlife Ski Tour
The second annual Wildlife Ski Tour on March 1st was a success! Over 40 skiers turned out to enjoy the beautiful day, a hot chili lunch, win draw prizes, and the chance to learn more about park wildlife. Thank you to everyone that came out – staff, volunteers, supporters and most of all the skiers! More pictures on the WRS Facebook page and Event Page.
The WRS & Algonquin Park research around the web
A great article about Bruce Falls, who started small mammal research at the WRS.
The WRS is in Canadian Geographic, as a positive note in "Field station woes"
Welcome to the Algonquin Wildlife Research Station (WRS) website!
We hope our new website will provide insight into the world class research being conducted within Algonquin Park, everyday camp life at the WRS, and a chance for past researchers, staff and potential new visitors to be kept up-to-date on what's happening at the WRS. I encourage you to browse our website and see all of the exciting new research and events that the WRS is hosting and don't forget, if you are able, that the WRS is in need of your financial support.
If you have any questions or comments please submit them to me, Timothy Winegard, Manager of the WRS at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please enjoy our new site, and check back often for news, research updates, and upcoming events!