Stalwart National Wildlife Area: Management Plan
Stalwart National Wildlife Area (NWA) is in Saskatchewan. It was designated in 1975 and covers 1,250 hectares. The NWA supports nearly 180 species of birds, including a significant concentration of migratory water birds. It provides important habitats in the Prairies ecozone. Habitats include large wetland complexes that support breeding for a variety of water birds in spring and summer, and staging for flocks of geese, ducks, sandhill-cranes, and shorebirds in spring and fall.
This management plan provides detailed information about Stalwart NWA, including:
- a description of the area
- its ecological resources
- the challenges and threats it faces
- habitat and wildlife management
- site access and permitted activities
All NWAs are protected and managed under the Canada Wildlife Act. This management plan pairs with protection provided for existing Aboriginal or treaty rights.
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