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6 results found for: "La Butte Creek Wildland Provincial Park (Alta.)"

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June 1, 2005

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La Butte Creek Wildland Provincial park is one of 81 recently designated protected areas, established in March 1998. It is located in the northeast corner of Alberta, north of Lake Athabasca, about 300 km north of Ft. McMurray. The two main objectives of this reconnaissance survey were to:...


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March 1, 2003

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The principal goal of the work outlined in this report was to generate avifaunal inventories for two, newly designated protected areas, viz. Fidler-Greywillow and La Butte Creek Wildland Provincial Parks, located in northeasternmost Alberta.


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January 1, 2003

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During 2001 and 2002 a project to collect and identify the macrofungi of La Butte Creek, Fidler-Greywillow and Colin-Cornwall Lakes Wildland Provincial Parks, in northeastern Alberta was undertaken. This project was part of a greater biophysical investigation carried out by Parks and Protected...


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March 18, 2002

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In Alberta, the Canadian Shield Ecoregion is restricted to the extreme northeast part of the province (Strong and Leggat 1992). It is subdivided into the Kazan Upland Subregion and the Athabasca Plain Subregion, located to the north and south of Lake Athabasca, respectively. There are several...


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March 1, 2002

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The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of the Lepidoptera species collected in the 2001 survey, and to compare this information to previously known distribution patterns. This information will assist in land use planning and will contribute information on the conservation status of...


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January 1, 2002

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In July 2001 La Butte Creek Wildland Provincial Park (LBCWPP) was surveyed to document small patch plant communities. Small patch plant communities add considerably to the diversity of a site, harbouring flora and potentially fauna dependent on these specialized habitats. They are however often...