MRF directors are proud to be members of several of the following associations:
The oldest and largest organization devoted to the scientific
study of birds, responsible for publication of the Auk, among many
Society of Mammalogists
An organization promoting the study of mammals, with an emphasis on
providing information for public policy, resources management,
conservation, and education.
Institute of North America
A multidisciplinary research institute based at the University of
Calgary, dedicated to advancing the study of Canada's north, and
preserving its physical, environmental, and social conditions.
of Field Ornithologists
A society of professional and amateur ornithologists dedicated to the
scientific study and dissemination of information about birds in their
natural habitats, with a particular emphasis on bird-banding.
Migration Association of North America
A non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation of raptor
populations through the scientific study, enjoyment and appreciation of
Bird Banding Association
Canada's oldest banding association, providing a forum for
communication among Ontario's banders and those interested in the results
of such work.
A non-profit organization for the study and conservation of raptors of
of Canadian Ornithologists
An organization dedicated to sharing knowledge about ornithology in
for Conservation Biology
An international organization promoting the scientific study of the
phenomena that affect the maintenance, loss, and restoration of biological
for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles
The largest international herpetological society, dedicated to advancing
research, conservation, and education concerning amphibians and reptiles.
An international scientific and association promoting excellence in
wildlife stewardship through science and conservation.