The Board of Directors of Pheasants Forever Calgary are pleased to announce the appointment of Perry McCormick as a Senior Management Consultant, effective as of February 1, 2017. Perry’s services will include providing our team with management, business, administrative, fund raising and habitat conservation support services.
McCormick brings a stellar 30‐year career of habitat conservation experience to our organization. A graduate of Lethbridge College and University of Lethbridge with a diploma in Fish and Wildlife
Management and a degree in Environmental Biology, Perry previously worked in Southern Alberta for Ducks Unlimited Canada for over 30 years. He began his career as a biological technician, then moved into fundraising, where he held many titles including National Manager of Events and Volunteers and Regional Manager of Development. In 2010, Perry was named Manager of Provincial Operations for Alberta and over saw an annual budget of approximately $25 million until his recent departure.
Perry is  proud to call himself a family man and he and his wife Laurette have 2 boys in their early 20’s who are both working or studying in the habitat conservation arena. Outside of the office, Perry enjoys all types of hunting and fishing and has 2 black labs who love to chase pheasants – Johnny and Cash.
McCormick is excited to join Pheasants Forever Calgary and says, “I feel very honoured to join a team of like minded habitat conservationists and I believe collectively, we can make a difference on the landscape for the betterment of upland game birds, wildlife in general, sportsmen and future generations here in Alberta.”
Vince Aiello, President of Pheasants Forever Calgary, is equally excited with Perry’s appointment,
stating, “Given Perry’s unmatched experience – from field biologist to senior executive – combined with his vast knowledge and many contacts within the habitat conservation community, we are confident Perry will hit the ground running, bringing not only a high degree of enthusiasm to our organization but an immediate higher profile to our habitat conservation efforts.” Perry can be reached at