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The black bear (Ursus americanus) is a medium-sized bear native to North America. It is the continent's smallest and most common bear species. Photo contributed by Megan Hanacek, RPBio
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'Great Basin' gophersnake (Pituophis catenifer deserticola) is found in the hot, dry interior of BC. For workshop opportunities such as these, please click this image. Photo contributed by Peter Woods
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Biology professionals work in diverse areas around the world, including aquatic and terrestrial environments. Click the image to view current offered job opportunities. Photo contributed by Robyn Worcester, RPBio
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Pacific white-sided dolphins (Lagenorhynchus obliquidens) inhabit temperate waters of the North Pacific and some adjacent seas. Click here to check out our exciting calendar of events! Photo contributed by Megan Hanacek, RPBio
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Peregrine falcons (Falco peregrinus) are the most widespread bird of prey in the world, and can reach speeds of 300 km/h. Take your career to new heights with the APB Mentorship Program. Photo contributed by Warren Warttig, RPBio
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What's New

The 9th Annual Professional Biology Conference (April 22-26, 2014)...

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APB Offering Professional Development Opportunities with the Following 2 Courses - March 5th and 6th, Prince George...

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APB Member Survey Results now available!...

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BioNews

APB-2014 AGM Report

An overview of the APB's activities in 2013. This document includes 2013 AGM Minutes, President's Report, as well as several reports...

Annual Conference

The 9th Annual Professional Biology Conference Victoria Conference Centre, 720 Douglas Street and the Fairmont Empress Hotel, 721 Government Street April 22-26, 2014...

The Association of Professional Biology

The APB represents approximately 1000 dedicated biology professionals, including Registered Professional Biologists, Registered Biology Technologists, Retired Biology Professionals, Biologists in Training, Trainee Biology Technologists, and student members.

OUR MISSION

Our mission is to assist biology professionals to:

  • Encourage the development and application of sound biological principles in the management and conservation of resources where members work and live;
  • Assist Biology Professionals in the development and maintenance of high professional standards in management, research and education related to  biological resources ;
  • Inform and advise industry, governments and the public of the potential impacts on biological resources of land use and resource development proposals;
  • Promote liaison with other professional associations for mutual professional development; and
  • Engage in such other activities as are conducive to the health and welfare of  natural resources, the public, and our members.

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"Serving Biology Professionals since 1980"