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Residence Description

  • Residence Description for the Atlantic Mud-piddock (Barnea truncata) in Canada (2018)
    The Atlantic Mud-piddock’s burrow is its residence. Once a Mud-piddock larva settles on its preferred red mudstone substrate, it invests energy in creating a burrow that is essential to its survival. The Mud-piddock grows and matures in its burrow. It feeds and releases spawn from within its burrows where it remains for the duration of its adult life stage.
  • Description of Residence for the Western Chorus Frog – Great Lakes, St. Lawrence- Canadian Shield Population (Pseudacris triseriata) in Canada (2016)
    The following is a description of residence for the Western Chorus Frog, Great Lakes, St. Lawrence – Canadian Shield population (Pseudacris triseriata, hereafter Western Chorus Frog), created for the purpose of implementing section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) which relates to the damage or destruction of residences. Such damage or destruction can result from any alteration to the topography, geology, soil conditions, vegetation, chemica ...
  • Description of Residence for Mormon Metalmark (Apodemia mormo), Prairie Population, in Canada [Proposed Version] (2010)
    Section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) prohibits damaging or destroying the residence of a listed threatened, endangered, or extirpated species. SARA defines residence as: "a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating" [s.2(1)].
  • Description of residence for Swift Fox (Vulpes velox) in Canada [Proposed Version] (2010)
    Section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) prohibits damaging or destroying the residence of a listed threatened, endangered, or extirpated species. SARA defines residence as: "a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating" [s.2(1)].
  • Description of Residence for the Eastern Yellow-Bellied Racer (Coluber Constrictor Flaviventris) In Canada [Proposed Version] (2010)
    Section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) prohibits damaging or destroying the residence of a listed threatened, endangered, or extirpated species. SARA defines residence as: "a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating" [s.2(1)].
  • Description of residence for Acadian Flycatcher (Empidonax virescens) in Canada (Final version) (2007)
    The following is a description of residence for the Acadian Flycatcher (Empidonax virescens), created for the purposes of increasing public awareness and aiding enforcement of the above prohibition. Acadian Flycatchers are known to have one type of residence – the nest. Preface updated on May 17, 2017.
  • Description of residence for Acadian Flycatcher (Empidonax virescens) in Canada (Proposed) (2007)
    The following is a description of residence for the Acadian Flycatcher (Empidonax virescens), created for the purposes of increasing public awareness and aiding enforcement of the above prohibition. Acadian Flycatchers are known to have one type of residence – the nest. Preface updated on May 17, 2017.
  • Description of residence for American marten, Newfoundland population (Martes americana atrata) in Canada (Final version) (2007)
    The following is a description of residence for the Newfoundland Marten (Martes americana atrata), created for the purposes of increasing public awareness and aiding enforcement of the above prohibitions. Newfoundland marten are known to have one type of residence – a den.
  • Description of residence for Newfoundland marten (Martes americana atrata) in Canada (Proposed) (2007)
    The following is a description of residence for the Newfoundland Marten (Martes americana atrata), created for the purposes of increasing public awareness and aiding enforcement of the above prohibitions. Newfoundland marten are known to have one type of residence – a den.
  • Description of residence for Hooded Warbler (Wilsonia citrina) in Canada (Final version) (2007)
    The following is a description of residence for the Hooded Warbler (Wilsonia citrina), created for the purposes of increasing public awareness and aiding enforcement of the above prohibition. Hooded Warblers are known to have one type of residence—the nest. Preface updated on May 17, 2017.
  • Description of residence for Hooded Warbler (Wilsonia citrina) in Canada (Proposed) (2007)
    The following is a description of residence for the Hooded Warbler (Wilsonia citrina), created for the purposes of increasing public awareness and aiding enforcement of the above prohibition. Hooded Warblers are known to have one type of residence—the nest. Preface updated on May 17, 2017.
  • Description of Residence for Henslow's Sparrow (Ammodramus Henslowii) in Canada (2007)
    Section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) prohibits damaging or destroying the residence of a listed threatened, endangered, or extirpated species. SARA defines residence as: “a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating” [s.2(1)]. Preface u ...
  • Residence Description - Henslow's Sparrow (Ammodramus Henslowii) in Canada (final version) (2007)
    Section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) prohibits damaging or destroying the residence of a listed threatened, endangered, or extirpated species. SARA defines residence as: “a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating” [s.2(1)]. Preface u ...
  • Description of Residence for Kirtland’s Warbler (Dendroica Kirtlandii) in Canada (2007)
    Section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) prohibits damaging or destroying the residence of a listed threatened, endangered, or extirpated species. SARA defines residence as: “a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating” [s.2(1)]. Preface u ...
  • Residence Description - Kirtland’s Warbler (Dendroica Kirtlandii) in Canada (final version) (2007)
    Section 33 of the Species at Risk Act (SARA) prohibits damaging or destroying the residence of a listed threatened, endangered, or extirpated species. SARA defines residence as: “a dwelling-place, such as a den, nest or other similar area or place, that is occupied or habitually occupied by one or more individuals during all or part of their life cycles, including breeding, rearing, staging, wintering, feeding or hibernating” [s.2(1)]. Preface u ...

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