We advocate for the protection of wildlife and their habitats by preserving connectivity, promoting safe wildlife routes and providing public education to reduce human-wildlife conflict.

BCW Spring 2022.pdf


2022 - Citizen Research Project Mapping Wildlife

Understanding who are our wild neighbours and where they live is the first step in finding ways to reduce human - wildlife conflicts such as vehicle-wildlife collisions.

The data collected is confidential and is only used for research purposes.

We invite you to report

snow tracks -- live sightings -- wildlife casualties on road side

Area survey include: From the Hwy 8 traffic circle to Redwood Meadows and Bragg Creek Area. Reporting wildlife is easy - simply fill our form every time you see wildlife.

Oh! And if you see, say, a group of deer on a daily basis - please make sure to mentioned that fact on the form. Thank you!!

For any questions please email us at braggcreekwild@gmail.com

Reducing Wildlife-Vehicle Collisions

Did you know - Almost half of all collisions in Alberta involve wildlife.

The Bragg Creek Wild vision is for Bragg Creek to be a safe and sustainable environment where wildlife and humans co-exist.

We acknowledge Treaty 7 territory—the traditional and ancestral territory of the Blackfoot Confederacy: Kainai, Piikani and Siksika as well as the Tsuu T’ina Nation and Stoney Nakoda First Nation. We acknowledge that this territory is home to the Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3 within the historical Northwest Métis Homeland. We acknowledge the many First Nations, Métis and Inuit who have lived in and cared for these lands for generations. We are grateful for the traditional Knowledge Keepers and Elders who are still with us today and those who have gone before us. We make this acknowledgement as an act of reconciliation and gratitude to those whose territory we reside on or are visiting.