Multi-species Action Plan for Pukaskwa National Park of Canada
The Multi-species Action Plan for Pukaskwa National Park of Canada applies to lands and waters occurring within the boundaries of the park. The plan meets the requirements for action plans set out in the Species At Risk Act (SARA s.47) for species requiring an action plan and that regularly occur in these sites. Measures described in this plan will also provide benefits for other species of conservation concern that regularly occur at Pukaskwa National Park (PNP).
Consultation period: 2017-02-21 to 2017-04-22
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Species Conservation and Management
Natural Resource Conservation
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- Bank Swallow
- Barn Swallow
- Canada Warbler
- Common Nighthawk
- Eastern Wood-pewee
- Olive-sided Flycatcher
- Peregrine Falcon anatum/tundrius anatum/tundrius
- Rusty Blackbird
- Lake Sturgeon (Great Lakes - Upper St. Lawrence populations)
- Shortjaw Cisco
- Caribou (Boreal population)
- Little Brown Myotis
- Snapping Turtle
- Pitcher's Thistle
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