School Reports

20141029_132528The School Malaise Trap Program runs during the spring and fall of each year. Each participating school receives a program package, educational materials, and a Malaise trap to collect insects in their schoolyard for a specified two week period. The specimens are sent back to the Centre for Biodiversity Genomics (CBG) at the University of Guelph and, after they are analyzed, a results package consisting of an individual site report, a species list and a species image library is sent to each school.

To access a previous School Malaise Trap Program participant’s report, please click on the province that the school is located in and then search for the school name under the appropriate city.


British Columbia



New Brunswick

Newfoundland and Labrador

Northwest Territories

Nova Scotia


Prince Edward Island



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