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Endangered species and trade

Jun 13, 2017 ...? For more information on CITES and WAPPRITA. Do you buy, sell, import and/or export wildlife species or products that contain wildlife parts or derivatives? Are you: An importer or exporter of wildlife animal or plant species, either live specimens or products that contain their parts and/or derivatives? A breeder/propagator of wildlife animal or plant species who

Proposed National Park Reserve in the South Okanagan-Similkameen - National Parks

May 15, 2019 ... and plant species; and provide opportunities for quality visitor experiences, such as recreational activities and the presentation of natural and cultural heritage. About the region Within rolling hills and sweeping valleys, the Okanagan is one of the most ecologically-diverse regions of Canada. By protecting this area, we will help support the recovery of over 30

Cycling - Waterton Lakes National Park

Jul 31, 2019 ... must obtain a wilderness use permit. Please refer to wilderness camping. Play, Clean, Go Waterton’s vulnerability to the spread of invasive plant species has increased as a result of the Kenow Wildfire. Visitors can help protect the landscape by remembering to Play Clean Go when biking in the park. Biking trails The Kootenai Brown Trail Length: 6.9 km one way

Restoring fire disturbance patterns - Prince Albert National Park

Jun 12, 2019 ...In the past, the importance of fire in maintaining a healthy ecosystem was not understood. Extinguishing all wildfires is now understood to interrupt the natural cycle of forest and grassland renewal. Some plant and animal species depend on frequent fire. As an example, grasslands get smaller without fire to control adjacent aspen forests. In boreal forests

Species at Risk Act

May 22, 2019 ... that is listed as an extirpated species, an endangered species or a threatened species, or any part or derivative of such an individual. Marginal note:Deeming (3) For the purposes of subsection (2), any animal, plant or thing that is represented to be an individual, or a part or derivative of an individual, of a wildlife species that is listed as an extirpated species

Îles de la Paix National Wildlife Area

Apr 1, 2019 ... National Wildlife Area. Extending over 129 hectare (ha), the wildlife area is made up of low-lying islands with fairly sparse stands of Silver Maple surrounded by beaches and wetlands. Despite its limited size, the area hosts a diversity of habitats that regularly attract close to 130 species of birds. The islands provide nesting sites for several dozen pairs

NEB - National Energy Board Event Reporting Guidelines

Aug 28, 2019 ... Energy Board Processing Plant Regulations (PPR), and Canada Oil and Gas Drilling and Production Regulations (DPR)/Oil and Gas Drilling Regulations; unauthorized activities under the National Energy Board Pipeline Crossing Regulations Part II; emergency burning or flaring under the PPR; hazard identification under the PPR; suspension of operations under the PPR

Grizzly bears - Mount Revelstoke National Park

Jun 21, 2019 ... & Parks Grizzly bear and cub Background Grizzly Bear Ecology Research and Monitoring People and grizzly bears Background Though there are issues associated with black bears (Ursus americanus), as a species they are not at risk. In contrast, grizzly bears (Ursus arctos) are no longer found in 99% of their former habitat in the lower 48 states and Mexico. A 1990

Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area

May 6, 2019 ...: Henslow's Sparrow, Common Loon, Loggerhead Shrike, and Grebe. Amphibians: Western Chorus Frog. Main threats and challenges Invasive and exotic plants, feral domestic animal species, development pressures (marinas, waterfront residential areas, wind power installations. Management Agency Environment and Climate Change Canada (Canadian Wildlife Service) Public access

Species at risk population trends

Apr 17, 2019 ...Species at risk population trends Access PDF (645 kB) Some wildlife species in Canada are at risk of extinction. For many of these species, population objectives are set out in a recovery document. This indicator presents early signs of progress and provides a preliminary assessment of whether recovery efforts are working, recognizing that recovery may take

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