Fredericton Bathurst

2012 Winter Wildlife Camp

In the winter of 2012 the graduates of that year’s Advanced Fish &Wildlife Diploma program took part in a weeklong Winter Wildlife Camp near Fundy National Park, NB. The very first night the students sleep in a shelter that they set up on a site that they had suitably prepared. Pictured below are Tom Lutz (facing camera) Matt Allen and Ian Smith.

Another of the main events during their...

Snowmobile Safety and Maintenance

Students in first year were getting their first shot at the Snowmobile Safety and Maintenance course held at the college recently. The students were out on a great Friday afternoon in above average temperatures, applying their classroom lessons in operation and safety.

The operation part of the course is taught on the UNB woodlot adjacent to the college. Some of the skills and lessons on this...

2012 Pond Hockey Tournament

It was a crisp winter morning and students began the short hike from Residence to the venue site in front of the college. This ice was mirror-like, shovels set aside for periodic Zamboni cleaning and the nets placed at either end of the pond. Skates tied up, and for some one-piece long johns was the team uniform of choice. It was time to get started......

The student from MCFT held the 2nd...

Fish and Wildlife

This year’s Fish and Wildlife Camp began on August 22nd 2011. After choosing to take the Advanced Diploma program while in the second semester of the first year, Fish and Wildlife students attend a two week long camp which focuses on a variety of Fish and Wildlife related studies.

Some areas of study include Stream and Lake Survey and Sampling, Electrofishing, Wetland Ecology and...

Arboretum

Many people have surely noticed the drastic difference in appearance of the Arboretum. The ongoing redesign project to update the Arboretum was spearheaded this past summer (2011) by Laurie Yeates, and Kenny McGinn in conjunction with many other helpers/contributors. Developments so far include, but are not limited to winding pathways through a well maintained area, newly planted trees as well...