Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta

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StatementCyndi M. Smith.
SeriesAlberta species at risk report,, no. 16
ContributionsAlberta. Fisheries and Wildlife Management Division. Resource Status and Assessment Branch.
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LC ClassificationsQL696.A52 S65 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 17 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3728051M
ISBN 100778517918, 077851790X
LC Control Number2003374865

In Alberta. Harlequin ducks are an integral part of aquatic ecosystems along Alberta’s Eastern Slopes and the adoption of a long-term monitoring plan for harlequin ducks will ensure that this population is maintained in a sustainable healthy state.

This monitoring plan was designed to address three objectives. First, to make a preliminary. This monitoring plan was designed to address three objectives.

First, to make a preliminary assessment of the status of all potential harlequin duck breeding streams in the bow Region of Kananaskis Country, and describe methods to continue this assessment with field work over a number of years. Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta / Pages; Book Title.

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Fisheries and Wildlife Management Division; Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta / By Cyndi M.

Smith, Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. and Alberta. Fisheries and Wildlife Management Division. Topics: Alberta, Bow Corridor Region (Alta.), Bow.

Read more about Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta Harlequin duck monitoring in the Northern East Slopes of Alberta: preliminary results December ;"Project partners: Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Canadian Wildlife Service" -- t.p;Includes bibliographical references;System.

Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta / By Cyndi M. Smith, Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. and : Cyndi M. Smith, Alberta. Habitat Use by Harlequin Ducks (Histrionicus histrionicus) during Brood-rearing in the Rocky Mountains of Alberta Beth MacCALLUM1, Chiarastella FEDER2, Barry GODSALVE3, Marion I.

PAIBOMESAI4, and Allison PATTERSON5 1Bighorn Wildlife Technologies Ltd., Moberly Drive, Hinton, AB, T7V 1Z1, : [email protected] 2Bighorn Wildlife. No – Peregrine Falcon Surveys and Monitoring in the Parkland Region of Alberta, Alberta Species at Risk Report No.

34, prepared by R. Corrigan; No – Peregrine Falcon Surveys and Monitoring in the Northeast Boreal Region of Alberta, Alberta Species at Risk Report No. 57, prepared by R. Corrigan; Related Information. The Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrionicus) is a small sea duck that winters along rocky coastlines at traditional sites and migrates inland to breed on swift flowing, clear mountain streams.

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It is a long-lived species possessing characteristics which could potentially make it vulnerable to human-induced disturbance. The purpose of this report is to provide government agencies, industry and the public a description and preliminary analysis of Harlequin Duck distribution and abundance with respect to habitat and land use characteristics in the Foothills Model Forest Harlequin Duck project : B.

MacCallum, D. Farr, C. Weik, B. Godsalve. Read more about Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta Survey of the peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus anatum) in Alberta March ;"Project partners: Alberta Sustainable Resource Development; Alberta Conservation Association; Canadian Wildlife Service; Parks Canada" -- t.p;Includes bibliographical.

() No. 16 Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta, by C.M. Smith. () No. 17 Distribution and relative abundance of small mammals of the western plains of Alberta as determined from great homed owl pellets, by D.

Scho waiter. As harlequin ducks are relatively rare, there have been no studies in Region 2 that have identi ed which, if any, of the above threats are currently affecting population growth in the region.

Provides information on the harlequin duck, including a general description of the species, its distribution in Alberta, habitat, an estimate of its population size, threats to its habitat and survival, management issues, and what the public can do to help ensure the survival of the species.

Harlequin Duck (male), Lake Minnewanka, Photo by Ethan Denton. Harlequin Ducks (female on left, male right), Lake Minnewanka, Photo by Ethan Denton. Common Loons, Vermillion Lakes, Photo by Ethan Denton. Sharp-tailed Grouse (male) on lek, southern Alberta, Photo by Ethan Denton.

Population Dynamics of Harlequin Ducks in British Columbia and Alberta ABSTRACT Harlequin ducks harlequin ducks (n = 28) on the Bow River in Banff National Park was ± for adult males and females to (Table 1).

Of 7 males that received radio implants while on. • Ensure that management plan review and renewal in Banff and Jasper national parks incorporates focused engagement on processes and approaches for decision-making for large-scale commercial development that considers the priority of ecological integrity as well as the principles of openness and transparency.

Medically Speaking with Dr. Lauren Harden MasGamers Show Fabian Widjak Podcast Performance On Demand Podcast All Things Haunted Prometheus' Podcast Plan on. Podcast Podcast Featured. Full text of "Harlequin Duck Research and Monitoring in Montana: " See other formats s Nllhdr Harlequin Duck Research and Monitoring in Montana: A Report to: ASARCO, Incorporated Box Troy,MT Submitted by PAUL HENDRICKS and JAMES D.

REICHEL Montana Natural Heritage Program East Sixth Avenue Helena, Montana. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.

Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow Region of Alberta / Bow Region Harlequin duck Monitoring Wildlife management.

Protocol for monitoring long-toed. Harlequin Duck surveys in the Central eastern slopes of Alberta. Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report Series NumberPrairie and Northern Region, Edmonton.

Full text of "Literature review and summary of research priorities for Harlequin duck" Proposed inventoiy and monitoring protocol for harlequin ducks in northern Idaho, presented at Interagency Rare Animal Workshop. Birds of the Northwest: A liand-book of the omitliology of the region drained by tlK Missouri River and its tributaries.

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Population structure of breeding Harlequin Ducks and the influence of predation risk Article (PDF Available) in Canadian Journal of Zoology 84(6) June with Reads. The harlequin duck is typically found close to shore where the surf breaks along exposed rocky headlands, reefs, and offshore islands.

The smallest sea duck in eastern Canada ( g - lbs), harlequins dive to feed on small shellfish and shrimp-like. Youth Bow Only Season** H,toAntlerless Aug 25 - Sept 9 1 t A portion of MU is restricted to two point or greater mule deer. Harlequin Ducks (Histrionicus histrionicus) Resource Brief Harlequin ducks are the only North American duck species specialized to fast-moving water habitats.

Glacier National Park’s cold, clear streams are critical breeding habitat for these charismatic birds. Threats Harlequins face many threats, including climate.

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The fRI Research Caribou Program carries out applied research, in partnership with industry and the Government of Alberta, to help maintain caribou herds in Alberta into the future. The Forest History Program chronicles the natural and management history of the foothills forest.

Covering nearlyhectares, the Castle area is an ecologically-diverse expanse of mountains, foothills, forests, grasslands, rivers and lakes in southwestern Alberta. It is prized for its headwaters, biodiversity and functions as a key wildlife corridor. The full protection can only happen if the proposed new Management Plan gets it right.

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Peregrine falcon surveys and monitoring in the Parkland region of Alberta, / View Metadata. By: Corrigan, Rob. Proposed monitoring plan for harlequin ducks in the Bow. The Watershed Resiliency and Restoration Program (WRRP), funded by Alberta Environment and Parks, aims to protect communities from floods and drought by improving natural watershed functions.

Inthe fRI Research Water Program joined the effort.By Caitlin Tomaszewski. In a massive flood hit the City of Calgary and surrounding areas. While the physical impact on towns and cities in Southern Alberta was easy to quantify, little research was done to assess the state of rural riparian areas in the Bow and Oldman watersheds in the Eastern Slopes.Report from the Delta Station: A report covering activities and achievements of the Delta Waterfowl Research Station in the prairie provinces of Canada [Hochbaum, H.

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