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General Status of Wildlife Reports
Wild Species 2010: The General Status of Species in Canada (2017)
Wild Species 2010 is the third report of the series after 2000 and 2005. The aim of the Wild Species series is to provide an overview on which species occur in Canada, in which provinces, territories or ocean regions they occur, and what is their status. Each species assessed in this report received a rank among the following categories: Extinct (0.2), Extirpated (0.1), At Risk (1), May Be At Risk (2), Sensitive (3), Secure (4), Undetermined (5), ...
The Status of Wild Species in Canada (SARA General Status Report 2003–2008: Overview Document) (2009)
SARA requires that a general report on the status of wildlife species be prepared five years after section 128 comes into force (2003) and every five years thereafter. The purpose of the report is to provide Canadians with an overview on which wild species are doing fine, which to keep an eye on, and which need to be formally assessed by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC). This document, The Status of Wild Spec ...
Wild Species 2005: The General Status of Species in Canada (2006)
The intent of the Wild Species series is to answer the following fundamental questions about wild species in Canada: which species occur in Canada, in which provinces, territories or ocean regions do they occur, and what is their status? To accomplish this goal, Wild Species 2005: The General Status of Species in Canada presents the results of general status assessments for a broad cross-section of Canadian species. General status assessments are ...
Wild Species 2000: The General Status of Species in Canada (2001)
The Wild Species reports provide an overview of the status of Canada's species. They bring the results of provincial, territorial, and federal monitoring efforts onto a single platform for the first time. Wild Species reports are released every five years and Wild Species 2005 is now available. This is the commitment of all of Canada's Ministers responsible for wildlife under the Accord for the Protection of Species At Risk.
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