Early Successional Wildlife Dynamics Research

In the Athabasca Oil Sands Region, an Early Successional Wildlife Dynamics Program is showing that species typically found in mature boreal forests are returning to and re-establishing on older reclaimed sites (greater than 20 years), including insects, small mammals, amphibians and birds.  

Watch this video showing Canadian Natural’s compensation lakes at Albian, and how we are working with other operators to monitor and restore habitats in the oil sands.