Multi-species action plan for Terra Nova National Park of Canada and the National Historic Sites of Canada in eastern Newfoundland: CW69-21/39-2017E-PDF
“This Multi-species action plan for Terra Nova National Park of Canada and the National Historic Sites of Canada in eastern Newfoundland applies to lands and waters occuring within the boundaries of Terra Nova National Park of Canada (TNNP) as well as the national historic sites (NHA) of Canada within eastern Newfoundland, including Ryan Premises, Hawthorne Cottage, Castle HIll, Signal Hill, and Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Sites of Canada. 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 aslo provide benefits for other species of conservation concern that regularly occur within TNNP and in the national historic sites in the region.”--Executive summary, p. iii.
|Title||Multi-species action plan for Terra Nova National Park of Canada and the National Historic Sites of Canada in eastern Newfoundland|
|Series Title||Species at Risk Act action plan series|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||Issued also in French under title: Plan d’action visant des espèces multiples dans le parc national du Canada Terra-Nova et les lieux historiques nationaux du Canada dans l’est de Terre-Neuve. Cover title.|
|Number of Pages||iv, 22 p.|
|Subject Terms||National parks, Endangered species, Nature conservation|
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