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Bird conservation strategy for Bird Conservation Region 4 in Canada : Northwestern interior forest

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Year
2013

Citation

Sinclair, Pamela Helen, 2013, Bird conservation strategy for Bird Conservation Region 4 in Canada : Northwestern interior forest: Environment Canada, no. Web Page.

Summary

The Northwestern Interior Forest, Bird Conservation Region 4 (BCR 4), is North America's westernmost boreal bird conservation region, encompassing interior Alaska and Yukon, and reaching into western Northwest Territories and northern British Columbia. Within Canada, BCR 4 overlaps with the traditional territories of 23 First Nations. This strategy is a first attempt to identify, prioritize and begin to address conservation issues for all birds of Canada's portion of this remote region. The Northwestern Interior Forest region is a mosaic of boreal forest, taiga and alpine tundra, with wetlands and waterbodies sparsely distributed but of high importance to birds. The human population is very small, and many parts of the region are remote [...]

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NWBLCC-20160401-06-24-16 export test sck.xml

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