Navigating the Paperwork

This blog series is targeted towards first time hunters and focuses on safe and sustainable hunting in Alberta. Check out a list of all the topics in the series here. This is the third article in the series, and focuses on wildlife certificates, licences, tags and the draw system.

huntingNow that you have:

  1. Educated yourself on Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) and determined where you want to hunt
  2. Determined your eligibility to hunt in Alberta by reading the Regulations
  3. Acquired a Wildlife Identification Number (WIN) card, and;
  4. Completed an Alberta Conservation and Hunter Education Course, or; have previously held a licence authorizing recreational hunting in Alberta or another jurisdiction.

It’s time to discuss three important pieces of paperwork:

  • Wildlife certificates
  • Licences
  • Tags

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Meet Our Alberta Parks Ambassadors – Emily B

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

Emily B

emily-bEmily has called the community of Lac La Biche home for five years and has grown to love what the community and surrounding area has to offer! Throughout the years of living in Lac La Biche, she has ventured and explored the two local Alberta Parks; Sir Winston Churchill Provincial Park and Lakeland Provincial Park. Continue reading

Meet Our Alberta Parks Ambassadors – Chelsea S

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

Chelsea S

chelsea-profile-photoChelsea is a firefighter, guide, photographer and writer who calls Kananaskis Country, Alberta home. Her love of canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding (SUPing), hiking, fishing, camping and coffee made over a campfire fire are a huge part of what keeps her living life to the fullest and experiencing all it has to offer.

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Meet Our Alberta Parks Ambassadors – Lacey D

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

Lacey D

llllllllllllLacey was born in a small town in northern Alberta and grew up in an even smaller town where the crop covered prairies and the deep forest met. Lacey has a deep passion for nature and the outdoors and spend as much time there as possible. Some of her favorite activities include water sports,mountain biking, snowboarding, hiking, nature photography and camping. Together with her boyfriend, Lacey loves going on adventures to new places and spending time connecting in the wild. Continue reading

Meet our Alberta Parks Ambassadors – Tyler D

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

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Baldy Pass

Tyler D

Originally from Saskatchewan, but has called Calgary, Alberta home for almost a decade, Tyler is a high school teacher with the Calgary Board of Education.

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Meet Our Alberta Parks Ambassadors – Brenda M

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

Brenda M

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Brenda M is originally from Taiwan and has been living in Alberta for three years. Mountain biking, geocaching and hiking are her favourite activities.

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Meet Our Alberta Parks Ambassadors – Tanya K

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

Tanya K

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Tanya lives in Calgary and is the mom of a spunky 7-year-old boy. Tanya and her family make it a priority to get outside year-round. In the summer, they enjoy a wide variety of mountain sports including hiking, camping, backpacking, mountain biking, rock climbing and paddling. Continue reading

Meet Our Alberta Parks Ambassadors – Kelsy N

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

Kelsy N

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Kelsy Nielson loves exploring Alberta with her two young daughters and her husband Tim. Together they write a blog, Twirls and Travels, all about their weekend summer adventures.  Continue reading

Meet Your AB Parks Ambassadors – Buzz B

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been on this summer.

Badlands dad: Buzz B

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Buzz is a father of two, broadcaster, and writer at blog.buzzbishop.com, DadCAMP.ca, and localpony.com. He loves exploring Alberta Parks with his two boys. The badlands is their favourite part of the province with its stunning hoodoos, meandering coulees and fossils everywhere.  Continue reading

Meet Your AB Parks Ambassadors – Cecile B

Alberta Parks Ambassadors are united by a common passion for all things Alberta Parks and a desire to share their experiences. This spring, 130 people applied to take part in the Ambassador Program and from those applicants 13 were chosen to bring their adventures to life for everyone to enjoy and to inspire people to have their own Alberta Parks experience.

Through this 13 part blog series, we will introduce your Alberta Parks Ambassadors and share what they’ve been up to this summer.

Flora finder: Cecile B

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Cecile is a nature lover, who has been exploring the mountains with the introduction of adapted hiking equipment. One of her passions is to identify flora while hiking.  She has made it her goal to see as many of the “hidden” Alberta parks as possible. Continue reading