Action plan for multiple species at risk in southwestern Saskatchewan : South of the Divide.: CW69-21/49-2017E-PDF
"The South of the Divide (SoD) Action Plan focuses on a group of nine federally-listed species that inhabit the Milk River drainage basin of southwestern Saskatchewan. This multi-species Action Plan forms an integral component of implementing the Recovery Strategies for these nine species at risk. The goal of the plan is to conserve these and other species at risk, and their supporting habitats, through cost-effective measures and collaboration with land owners and other land users. Areas managed by Parks Canada Agency within the SOD area are not included in this action plan because Parks Canada Agency has developed its own multi-species action plan for species at risk within Grasslands National Park”--Executive summary, p. vi.
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|Canada. Environment and Climate Change Canada.
|Action plan for multiple species at risk in southwestern Saskatchewan : South of the Divide.
|Species at Risk Act, action plan series
|Series - View Master Record
|Other language editions
| Issued also in French under title: Plan d’action visant plusieurs espèces en péril dans le sud-ouest de la Saskatchewan – South of the Divide.
"Black-footed ferret, burrowing owl, eastern yellow-bellied racer, greater sage-grouse, loggerhead shrike prairie subspecies, Mormon metalmark, mountain plover, Sprague’s pipit, swift fox."
Includes bibliographical references (p. 79-92).
|Ottawa : Environment and Climate Change Canada, 2017.
|xi, 127 p. : col. maps.
| Endangered species
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