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2019: International Year of the Salmon - Science and conservation

Aug 1, 2019 ... opportunity near you. Get informed by learning more about protecting salmon and salmon habitat. Salmon stream restoration at Gulf Islands National Park Reserve Spread the word about International Year of the Salmon Buy something from the “Protecting Wildlife” collection from the Parks Canada Shop (a portion of the proceeds supports species at risk). Swim

Consulting with Canadians

Sep 5, 2019 ... with Northern Indigenous organizations, provincial and territorial governments, industry and others to identify the boundaries and priorities of the new region. Proposed Modernization of the Wildlife Area Regulations Open - accepting input Animals | Environment | Plants | Regulations | Recreation June 1, 2019 to Sept 30, 2019 2019-06-01 2019-09-30 Environment

Interpretive theatre programs, guided walks and activities - Waterton Lakes National Park

Jul 18, 2019 ... a Parks Canada interpreter on a photo walk Join Parks Canada interpreter, Nick on a guided walk around the Prince of Wales Hotel where he will help improve your photography skills in capturing scenic landscape shots and exciting wildlife photos. Sense-sational scenery guided stroll When: Tuesdays at 2 pm and 4 pm Where: Meet the interpreter at the Linnet Lake

10 species at risk in Riding Mountain National Park - Riding Mountain National Park

Jul 4, 2019 ...10 species at risk in Riding Mountain National Park Riding Mountain National Park (RMNP) is home to 28 species at risk, though not all are commonly found throughout the park. So how does a species get listed as “at risk” anyway? Here’s some background: The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) is made up of government and non

Screening assessment report for chlorinated naphthalenes: chapter 3

Aug 28, 2019 ... organisms. The toxicity of CNs, mostly tested as commercial Halowax mixtures, has been studied in a variety of aquatic species, including aquatic plants, invertebrates, fish and frogs. A summary of most of these studies is given in IPCS (2001). The more recent studies not included in IPCS (2001) were reviewed and key studies are noted below. Some of the tests

Article | Species at risk in good hands at Ottawa’s Connaught Ranges and Primary Training Centre

Jul 23, 2019 ... hospitable to wildlife, but it is actually a safe haven for a wide range of plant, animal and insect species designated by government authorities as endangered or on the cusp of becoming so. That is thanks to the Department of National Defence (DND) and its federal government colleagues at Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) who work closely together

Ontario man fined for smuggling medicinal leeches into Canada in carry-on luggage

May 27, 2019 ...Ontario man fined for smuggling medicinal leeches into Canada in carry-on luggage Brampton, Ontario – May 27, 2019 – Environment and Climate Change Canada Illegal trade in wildlife is estimated to be worth up to $20 billion USD per year and threatens many of the world’s most treasured wildlife species. Canada does not tolerate the exploitation of threatened

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

Migratory bird conservation

May 7, 2019 ...Migratory bird conservation Conservation programs, partnerships, nuisance species, bird conservation regions. Services and information Regions and strategies Bird conservation regions, strategies, priority species. Conflicts with migratory birds Best practices, damage and danger, permit, overabundant geese and swans. Programs and partnerships Bird

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

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