These observations will be used to "take the pulse" of alpine ecosystems. Depending on what we learn, the information may be used to plan further research or shared with others to increase understanding of human impacts on naturally fragmented species like HELS. The data may enable identification of potential long-term monitoring or research sites and may make it possible to detect trends. We are trying to engage you to be a part of recording information to protect and preserve high elevation species. (photo: Looking east down the Bow Valley from Saddleback peak)
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