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Wellers Bay National Wildlife Area Management Plan: chapter 5

Aug 7, 2017 ...Wellers Bay National Wildlife Area Management Plan: chapter 5 Previous page Table of contents Next page 4 Goals & objectives 4.1 Vision The long-term vision for the Wellers Bay National Wildlife Area (NWA) is conservation: to conserve habitat for migratory birds and native wildlife and plants, including species at risk. In the interest of public safety

Wildlife species assessments (short version), May 2019

May 21, 2019 ...COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (short version), May 2019 COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (short version), May 2019 [PDF - 25KB] Table displays the wildlife species assessed at the most recent meeting. Table is organized by risk status and taxonomic group. Wildlife species are sorted according to current status and then by taxonomic group

Monitoring wildlife contaminants in Alberta oil sands

Jun 17, 2019 ...Monitoring wildlife contaminants in Alberta oil sands Observations and data evaluating the levels and potential impacts of contaminants on wildlife species. Wild bird health and contaminants Monitoring wild bird health and contaminants in the oil sands region. Colonial waterbird health and contaminants Amphibian and wetland health, toxicology

Wildlife species assessments (detailed version), May 2019

May 31, 2019 ...COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (detailed version), May 2019 COSEWIC wildlife species assessments (detailed version), May 2019 [PDF - 53KB] Report displays details on most recent wildlife species assessments. Information in status reports is used to assess the risk status of each wildlife species. Specific criteria and guidelines are used. Results

Changes in the status of wildlife species at risk

Apr 17, 2019 ... Fishes (freshwater) 11 45 10 Fishes (marine) 5 9 6 Lichens 1 6 2 Mammals (marine) 5 21 3 Mammals (terrestrial) 4 26 7 Molluscs 2 17 6 Mosses 0 11 3 Reptiles 7 23 4 Vascular plants 26 70 28 Total 81 312 86 Download data file (Excel/CSV; 928 B) How this indicator was calculated Note: In this analysis, wildlife species refers to a species, subspecies

Summary of assessment results to date, May 2019

May 21, 2019 ... deficient and not at risk wildlife species, according to taxonomic group Taxonomic group Not at risk Data deficient Mammals 44 7 Birds 37 2 Reptiles 5 0 Amphibians 15 1 Fishes 66 31 Arthropods 2 4 Molluscs 3 5 Vascular plants 23 5 Mosses 3 1 Lichens 1 3 Total 199 59 Meeting date: May 3, 2019 Footnote 1 Return to footnote1 Referrer There are now 799 wildlife species

Science subjects

May 30, 2019 ..., construction and advanced materials. Social sciences Research data on social sciences and economics, including consumer and labour issues. Science of species and living things Aquatic species, wildlife research and species at risk. Health science, research and data Health science research, surveillance reports and other health-related data. Defence science

Forms Catalogue - Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Aug 8, 2019 ... Extended 5588 Fish Import Notification 2013/11 Extended 147 5597 Direct Rapid Immunohistochemistry Test (DRIT) Positive Wildlife Rabies Surveillance Sample Submission 2014/07 Extended 5609 Canadian Animal, Semen, Embryos or Products/By-Products Returning-Return Application Form Terrestrial Animal Health Division (TAHD) 2014/01 Extended 134 5616 Plant Breeders

Species at risk public registry

May 27, 2019 ...Species at risk public registry In this registry you will find documents relating to the administration of the Species at Risk Act (SARA). The act is part of Canada’s strategy to protect hundreds of wild plants and animal species from becoming extinct, and to help in their recovery. Please visit the species at risk sub-topic page to read more about species

Cap Tourmente National Wildlife Area: map of hiking trails

May 14, 2019 ... of the National Wildlife Area. The plants and wildlife found there are protected. Please respect the regulations in effect. Wildlife enforcement officers monitor activities within the National Wildlife Area. By complying with these regulations, you are contributing to the conservation of wild species and their habitats as well as the preservation of species at risk

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