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Jasper National Park Shoreline Action Plan - Jasper National Park

Jun 18, 2019 ... diverse ecological communities and represent one of the premiere visitor attractions to the park both for their scenic beauty and the recreational opportunities they afford. Healthy lake ecosystems include healthy riparian habitat that is important for nesting waterfowl, beavers, amphibians, and countless plant and insect species. Those same shorelines also

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

Science Horizons map

Aug 16, 2019 ... Halifax NS Colleges and Institutes Canada Wildlife Preservation Canada Avian (Swallow) Field Technician; Field Technician - Freshwater Turtle Conservation; Field Technician - Applied Stewardship of at-risk snakes; Species at Risk Field Biologist Crew Leader; Shrike Recovery Biologist (2); Species at Risk Field Technician Professional, Scientific and Technical

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

Widgeon Valley National Wildlife Area: proposed management plan

May 24, 2019 ... in the Widgeon Creek National Wildlife Area and Crown channels Species Common and Scientific Names of Species Status Canada SARAa Status Canada COSEWICb Status British Columbia Provincial Statusc Presence or Potential of Presenced Vascular plants Vancouver island beggarticks Bidens amplissima Special concern Special concern Blue Probable Fishes White Sturgeon, Lower

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

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

Pine trees in peril - Waterton Lakes National Park

Jul 3, 2019 ... in the region are burned off. And this opens the area for new seedlings of this endangered species to be introduced. [Shots of the burn area once the fire has gone out.] [Cyndi Smith, Ecosystem Scientist, standing next to a healthy whitebark pine tree.] What we’re doing today is coming in and planting some trees that we think might have some resistance to this blister

Wildlife - Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site

Jul 8, 2019 ... at the trail head • keep pets on a leash at all times, and • report any bear sightings to Parks Canada Duty Officer at 902-682-2598 Parks Canada appreciates the cooperation of visitors, local residents, and community members. By respecting these guidelines, we all contribute towards coexisting with the wildlife and protecting the diverse species that make this place so

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

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