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Chapter 2 - Data Requirements for Single Ingredient Approval and Feed Registration - Animals - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Jun 13, 2019 ... Data for the Analyses 4.0 Physicochemical Data 5.0 Mammalian Toxicological Data 6.0 Suggested Maximum Residue Limit (MRL) or Tolerance 7.0 Human Exposure Data and Exposure Estimation 8.0 Livestock Metabolic Fate and Residue Studies 9.0 Environmental Fate and Effects 2.6 Guidelines for the Assessment of Novel Feeds: Plant Sources 1.0 Introduction 2.0

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

Edéhzhíe Protected Area

Apr 16, 2019 ... or subspecies of plants or animals, or an appreciable number of individuals of any one or more of these species or subspecies The area is a rare or unusual wildlife habitat, of a specific type in a biogeographic region Date created IPCA: 2018 NWA: (anticipated) 2020 International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) classification Wilderness Area (Ib) Additional

Women in Science - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Jun 13, 2019 ... but is that your only area of study? I studied in biology. What is your current role at the CFIA? I'm the National Manager of the Plant Health Surveillance Unit in Science Branch. As the scientist who is responsible for the national surveillance activities related to invasive species in Canada, what currently are the biggest threats to Canada's plants and crops? I would

Isle Haute is proposed as a National Wildlife Area

Apr 24, 2019 ... for over 60 species of migratory birds including: seabirds such as Leach’s storm petrel waterfowl such as common eider birds of prey such as bald eagle and peregrine falcon (a species at risk) a large number of songbirds It also has 300 plant taxa which is large for an island this size and may be underestimated since parts of the island have not been surveyed

Last Mountain Lake National Wildlife Area

May 6, 2019 ... White Pelican, the American Avocet and the Wilson's Phalarope. Besides its values as a migratory stopover and a breeding area, Last Mountain Lake NWA provides appropriate habitat for 9 of Canada's 36 species of vulnerable, threatened and endangered birds, as classified by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) in 1993

10 spring experiences in Waterton - Waterton Lakes National Park

May 14, 2019 ... Lakes National Park Look for wildflowers along Red Rock Parkway South-facing slopes and open meadows in the valley bottoms offer great spots to view early-flowering plants Take a jaunt along the Red Rock Parkway, either by foot or bike, and try to spot the early-spring blooms of prairie crocus and glacier lilies. Be sure to bring a camera! The Waterton Wildlife

Seymour Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary

Apr 29, 2019 ... in its southwestern portion. Vegetation is sparse, covering less than 1% of the island, and consisting mostly of lichens and mosses. Only nine species of vascular plants have been recorded here. In the winter, high ice ridges form on the island’s north and south coasts and along parts of the west coast. As Seymour Island remains ice-locked for most of the year

Kentville Migratory Bird Sanctuary

Apr 11, 2019 ...%), deciduous woodlands (21%), residential and industrial areas (13%) Key bird species American black duck, blue-winged teal, green‑winged teal, red-tailed hawk, and northern harrier Other species Plants: Blue-joint and spike rush Listed species under the Species at Risk Act (SARA) None Management agency Canadian Wildlife Service, Atlantic Region Landowners Department

Wildlife - Georgian Bay Islands National Park

May 17, 2019 ...Wildlife Keep the Wild in Wildlife The chance to observe wild animals as they go about their natural lives is one of the most fascinating experiences that national parks have to offer. Along with this opportunity, however, comes the responsibility to treat wild animals with the respect they deserve, and need. Eastern Massassauga Rattlesnake Eastern

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