Since 2016, BWT has collaborated on an international harlequin duck research project studying migration and connectivity between inland breeding streams and coastal wintering sites.
In 2019, BWT conducted a ground-based direct observation study of bighorn sheep on Mount Norquay, in the vicinity of the Norquay Ski Resort and Via Ferrata site near Banff, AB. https://banffecotransithub.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Bighorn-Sheep-Lambing-Study.pdf
Since the company's incorporation in 1991, Bighorn Wildlife Technologies has been instrumental in organizing bighorn sheep transplants from west-central Alberta to western US states such as South Dakota, Nevada and Nebraska.
In 2012, Bighorn Wildlife Technologies delivered on-site facilitation for the crew filming bighorn sheep for the CBC The Nature of Things special documentary Wild Canada. https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/2443191302 (@31:24)
From 2005, BWT has conducted ongoing monitoring of selenium levels in American Dipper and Spotted Sandpiper populations in west-central Alberta.