Peregrine Cameras

The peregrine and ferruginous hawk cameras provide a bird’s-eye view into the daily lives of each species as they fight for mates and territory, catch food, and raise their young. In 2019/20 ACA ran five peregrine cameras in locations throughout Edmonton—the Bell Tower, the University of Alberta, Genesee Power Plant, the Misericordia Hospital, and Nutrien—and we live-streamed the video to our website. The project also includes two ferruginous hawk nests monitored by trail cameras. The still images were reviewed and posted on our website. Also, an online species at risk contest quiz was promoted alongside the ferruginous hawk media. Both the peregrine and ferruginous hawk cameras draw attention to these species, other species at risk initiatives, and resources available from Alberta Environment and Parks. In 2019/20, views of the wildlife camera section of our website accounted for 29% of web traffic and the species at risk contest quiz reached 28,031 people and had 933 participants.

Partners:

Aspen Properties, Capital Power, Nutrien, TeraGo, TransAlta, University of Alberta, WiBand, AltaLink

Annual Summaries

We are working hard to upload all past summaries. If there is a report you would like to see that isn't presently here, please email info@ab-conservation.com

Title Year Category
Peregrine Cameras 2014-2015 4
Peregrine Cameras 2015-2016 4
Peregrine Cameras 2016-2017 4
Peregrine Cameras 2017-2018 4
Peregrine Cameras 2018-2019 4
Peregrine Cameras 2019-2020 4