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Alberta grizzly bear recovery plan 2008-2013

Description

Grizzly bears, which once ranged throughout Alberta, are currently found in the Rocky Mountains and foothills, as far south as the United States border, and in the boreal forest from the British Columbia border to as far east as High Level, Peace River, Red Earth, and Slave Lake. The grizzly bear is considered a species that may be at risk of extinction or extirpation at the general status level. The goal of this recovery plan is to restore, and ensure the long-term viability of, a self-sustaining grizzly bear population in Alberta. The plan provides background information on grizzly bears, describes the threats facing the species, outlines proposed strategies to address these threats, and presents an action plan that lists priority actions required to maintain and restore the species.

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grizzly bears land use mammals species at risk wildlife conservation wildlife habitat

Title and publication information

Type
Policy
Alternative Title

Alberta species at risk recovery plan no. 15

Extent

78 pages

Frequency

Once

Publisher / Creator Information

Publisher

Sustainable Resource Development (2001-2006,2006-2013)

Place of Publication

Edmonton

Subject Information

Topic
Environment

Resource Dates

Date Created

2008-03-01

Date Added

2016-02-24T22:39:21.978422

Date Modified

2008-03-01

Date Issued

2008-03-01

Audience information

Identifiers

ISBN (pdf)

9780778570677

ISBN (print)

9780778570660

ISSN (online)

1702-4900

ISSN (print)

1702-4897

NEOS catalogue key

4325272

Local Identifier

I/297.

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