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  • Frequently asked questions: Consultation on the recovery strategy for the Bobolink (2022)
    The Bobolink is a medium-sized migratory songbird. Currently, the species’ population trend has improved slightly but is still declining, with losses around 25% between 2009 and 2019. The species is threatened by mortality from agricultural operations (e.g., haying and mowing during the nesting period), habitat loss, and pesticide exposure. Bobolinks depend on open grassland habitats including meadows, hayfields, and pastures. The species breeds ...
  • Frequently asked questions: Consultation on the recovery strategy for the Eastern Meadowlark (2022)
    The Eastern Meadowlark is a medium-sized migratory songbird. Currently, the species’ population trend continues to steeply decline, with losses of about 58% between 2009 and 2019. The species is threatened by mortality from agricultural operations (e.g., haying and mowing during the nesting period), habitat loss, and pesticide exposure. Eastern Meadowlarks depend on open grassland habitats including meadows, hayfields, and pastures. The species c ...
  • Bank Swallow (Riparia riparia): in sandpits and quarries (2022)
    The Bank Swallow is a migratory bird species at risk that has lost 98% of its Canadian population over the last 40 years.This insectivorous bird is particularly drawn to sand and gravel pits, stockpiles of sand and soil, and sandy banks along water bodies and roads. Bank Swallows generally dig their burrows in near-vertical banks (slopes of at least 70 degrees) that are more than 2 m high. Bank swallows typically use their nesting ...
  • Bank Swallow (Riparia riparia): in sandpits and quarries 2022 (2022)
    The Bank Swallow is a migratory bird species at risk that has lost 98% of its Canadian population over the last 40 years.This insectivorous bird is particularly drawn to sand and gravel pits, stockpiles of sand and soil, and sandy banks along water bodies and roads. Bank Swallows generally dig their burrows in near-vertical banks (slopes of at least 70 degrees) that are more than 2 m high. Bank swallows typically use their nesting ...
  • Imminent Threat Assessment for Wood Bison (Bison bison athabascae) (2021)
    On January 29, 2020, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change announced that he had determined that Wood Bison are facing imminent threats to their recovery. The full imminent threat assessment that supported the Minister’s determination is now available. Edits to Box 1 and Box 2 to better describe the importance of the Ronald Lake and Wabasca herds to Indigenous peoples, were made following the publishing (see links below).
  • Imminent Threat Assessment for Wood Bison (Bison bison athabascae) [Superseded] (2021)
    On January 29, 2020, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change announced that he had determined that Wood Bison are facing imminent threats to their recovery. The full imminent threat assessment that supported the Minister’s determination is now available. Edits to Box 1 and Box 2 to better describe the importance of the Ronald Lake and Wabasca herds to Indigenous peoples, were made following the publishing (see links below).
  • Summary of the imminent threat assessment for the Wood Bison (2021)
    On January 29, 2020, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change announced that he had determined that Wood Bison are facing imminent threats to their recovery. The full imminent threat assessment that supported the Minister’s determination is now available. Edits to Box 1 and Box 2 to better describe the importance of the Ronald Lake and Wabasca herds to Indigenous peoples, were made following the publishing (see links below).
  • Government of Canada’s Approach to Addressing the Imminent Threats to the Recovery of Southern Mountain Caribou (2021)
    On May 4, 2018, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change announced that the Woodland Caribou, Southern Mountain population (southern mountain caribou) is facing imminent threats to its recovery. As required under subsection 80(2) of the Species at Risk Act, the Minister recommended that an emergency order be made to provide for the protection of the species. The Government of Canada declined the making of an emergency order at this time, an ...
  • Notice of Opportunity for Ministerial Appointment National Aboriginal Council on Species at Risk (NACOSAR) (2021)
    In the spirit of reconciliation and Indigenous engagement, Environment Climate Change Canada (ECCC) seeks Expressions of Interest from Indigenous women, men and gender-diverse individuals from local, regional, and national forums (including Communities and Bands) to serve as a member of the National Aboriginal Council on Species at Risk (NACOSAR).
  • Imminent Threat Assessment for the Spring Salamander (Adirondack / Appalachian population) (2021)
    The Minister of Environment and Climate Change has determined that the Spring Salamander (Adirondack / Appalachian population) is not facing imminent threats to its survival or recovery.
  • Summary report on comments received on the proposed amended recovery strategy for the Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), Boreal population, in Canada (2020)
    The proposed Amended Recovery Strategy for the Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), Boreal Population, in Canada was posted on the Species at Risk Public Registry on June 28, 2019, for a 60-day public comment period that ended on August 27, 2019. During the public consultation period, five written comments were received, one from an Indigenous organization and four from industry stakeholders. This document summarizes the engagement proce ...
  • Boreal caribou science to inform recovery – science summary sheet #1 (2019)
    This summary document is the first in a series of Science Summary Sheets in preparation with the goal of communicating the scientific work undertaken by Environment and Climate Change Canada and its partners to inform the recovery of the Boreal population of Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in Canada. The summary outlines the results of a national meta-analysis that investigated the relationship between calf recruitment and a range o ...
  • Southern Resident Killer Whale Imminent Threat Assessment (2018)
    The Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard and the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada, as the Minister responsible for Parks Canada Agency, have formed the opinion that the Southern Resident Killer Whale (SRKW), is facing imminent threats to its survival and recovery.
  • Summary of the Imminent Threat Assessment for the Southern Resident Killer Whale (2018)
    The Minister of Fisheries, Oceans, and the Canadian Coast Guard and the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Canada, as the Minister responsible for Parks Canada Agency, have formed the opinion that the Southern Resident Killer Whale (SRKW), is facing imminent threats to its survival and recovery.
  • Imminent threat assessment for southern mountain caribou (2018)
    The Minister of Environment and Climate Change has determined that Woodland Caribou, Southern Mountain population is facing imminent threats to its recovery.

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