Our field personnel have extensive government/industry standard training, certification and licensing to be able to perform our jobs safely and effectively under all conditions:
ADC has a stellar safety track record built on the extensive training, field experience, and vetting our crew accumulates.
We have regular re-training programs exceeding industry standards and policies. We also actively contribute to developing effective standards and best practices for safe human-wildlife coexistence.
We have WCB and full liability coverage.
Our field personnel are trained in-house in specialized advanced techniques and protocols unique to ADC, including:
We an approved commercial contractor on CanQual, ISNetworld and SECOR, for the convenience of our commercial clients.
We have a strong reputation in the public & private sector as the #1 professional responder for swiftly dealing with dangerous wildlife situations, whether urban, rural or industrial.
We can assist our clients in assessing landscapes for wildlife risk factors of any type, and formulate and execute comprehensive response and mitigation plans. Examples include:
Our reputation is built on our ability to resolve conflicts with wildlife quickly while maintaining a commitment to humane standards and respect for animals.
We are vet-trained in wildlife handling and chemical immobilization and have extensive experience in successful live trapping and relocation.
Lethal options are only considered when there are no viable alternatives, and done as humanely as possible with the approval of authorities.
Wildlife-human conflicts sometime stem from a systemic root cause such as an attractant, an uncontrolled source, or an absence of best practices.
We can investigate, provide and implement recommendations to not only resolve current conflicts but proactively prevent recurrences in the future, removing any continued risk to humans and infrastructure.
We have the unique expertise to authoritatively confirm species presence and trace problem wildlife movements from tracks and sign in both winter and summer.
We can assist with humane live-trapping and radio-collaring of any wildlife species for research projects in both urban and rural areas.
We can perform comprehensive wildlife population surveys at any landscape scale.
We know Alberta's ecosystems like the back of our hand, and can assess natural and anthropogenic habitats in the context of any objective of understanding. Examples:
We produce Geographical Information Systems (GIS) products and maps to provide our clients with comprehensive data visualizations on our findings.