2 edition of Mammals of Wood Buffalo Park, northern Alberta and District of Mackenzie found in the catalog.
Mammals of Wood Buffalo Park, northern Alberta and District of Mackenzie
J. Dewey Soper
|Other titles||Journal of mammalogy. Vol. 23, no. 2|
|Statement||by J. Dewey Soper.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||P. 119-145 :|
|Number of Pages||145|
No human footpaths either, though moose trails abound. The dam's location, in a remote corner of Wood Buffalo National Park in northern Alberta, is a rarity within North America: undefiled, uninterrupted wilderness, where beavers live exactly the same way they did before Europeans reached the continent. Canada THIS EDITION WRITTEN AND RESEARCHED BY Korina Miller Kate Armstrong, James Bainbridge, Anna Kaminski, Adam Karlin, John Lee, Carolyn McCarthy, Phillip Tang, Ryan Ver Berkmoes, Benedict Walker.
Managing Disease Risk in Alberta’s Wood Bison 1 Introduction Alberta has long recognized that the key issue regarding the management of wild bison is the threat of tuberculosis and brucellosis spreading from infected animals in and around Wood Buffalo National Park (WBNP) to livestock (cattle and domestic bison) and to healthy wild bison. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Wood Buffalo is found both the southern Northwest Territories, and northern Alberta – northeast of High Level. Wildlife viewing can deliver bison, bear, moose, and lynx – plus birdwatching for sandhill cranes, eagles, and owls. Established in , Wood Buffalo is also the second largest national park on the globe.
Wood Buffalo National Park is also the world’s largest Dark Sky Preserve. In celebration of its exceptional stargazing, the park holds an annual three-day Dark Sky Festival in August. Overnight camping, night sky viewing, family friendly activities and astronomical presentations are a few of the highlights. Watch for Wildlife. The wood bison (Bison bison athabascae) or mountain bison (often called the wood buffalo or mountain buffalo), is a distinct northern subspecies or ecotype of the American original range included much of the boreal forest regions of Alaska, Yukon, western Northwest Territories, northeastern British Columbia, northern Alberta, and northwestern Saskatchewan.
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MAMMALS OF WOOD BUFFALO PARK, NORTHERN ALBERTA AND DISTRICT OF MACKENZIE BY J. DEWEY SOPER In the Dominion Government decided to undertake a comprehensive faunal survey of Wood Buffalo Park. This area lies 24 miles south of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, and miles north of McMurray, Alberta.
Vol. 23, No. 2, May, Published by: American Society of Mammalogists. Mammals of Wood Buffalo Park, Northern Alberta and District of Mackenzie. Mammals of Wood Buffalo Park, Northern Alberta and District of Mackenzie (pp.
) J. Dewey Soper DOI: / Managing Disease Risk in Alberta’s Wood Bison 1 Introduction Alberta has long recognized that the key issue regarding the management of wild bison is the threat of tuberculosis and brucellosis spreading from infected animals in and around Wood Buffalo National Park to livestock (cattle and domestic bison) and to healthy wild bison.
Wildlife Viewing. Wood Buffalo National Park is home to many species of wildlife typical of the northern boreal forest. Bears, wolves, moose, lynx, marten, wolverines, foxes, beavers and snowshoe hares are but a few of the wild mammal species found.
Common bird species include sandhill cranes, hawks, eagles and owls. Until the WBNP herd are once again considered wildlife under the Alberta Wildlife Act, AWA does not support the down-listing of Wood bison. The Ronald Lake herd located southeast of Wood Buffalo National Park was tested between and and found to be disease-free.
Mackenzie County is a specialized municipality in northern Alberta, is located in Census Divis along the Mackenzie orated as a municipal district in from the former Improvement District No. its status was changed to specialized municipality in to address the particularities of managing such a large territory, which is 10% larger than New Brunswick.
I analyzed two sets of the same vegetation plots (–10 m2) and 97 plant taxa sampled in and in the Peace-Athabasca Delta (PAD), northern Alberta, Canada.
Wood Buffalo is Canada’s largest national park. Covering more territory than Switzerland, it sprawls across northeastern Alberta and juts into the southern part of the Northwest Territories.
Reproduction in the Red Squirrel (Tamiasciurus hudsonicus) in Colorado. Mammals of Wood Buffalo Park, northern Alberta and District of. MacKenzie.
This book had its origin when, about. WHEREAS nationally, wood bison are listed as Threatened under Schedule 1 of the federal Species at Risk Act, and designated as of Special Concern by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC); and.
WHEREAS in Alberta, only free-roaming bison that occur within Alberta’s Wood Bison Protection Area are considered endangered wildlife; and as such. Wood Buffalo National Park is possibly the most Canadian experience since log driving.
It’s one of the biggest parks on the planet and home to free-ranging buffalo. Hardy travellers might want to canoe to a backcountry campsite in search of wolves on the hunt for one of those buffalo. Canadian Historic Sites: Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History No.
26 Analysis of Animal Remains from the Old Fort Point Site, Northern Alberta. by Anne Meachem Rick. References Cited. Banfield, A.W.F.
"The Birds of Wood Buffalo Park and vicinity, Northern Alberta and District of Mackenzie, N.W.T., Canada.". InBuffalo National Park in Alberta was established with a herd of plains bison.
By more than 2, bison lived in the park, which was now overpopulated. As a result, many were moved to Wood Buffalo National Park in north-eastern Alberta (est. Northern Pike: included in All Species limit & size restrictions listed above: For more information about rules and regulations in Wood Buffalo, call one of the district office phone numbers listed below.
Wood Buffalo National Park | () ; Parks Canada. This study presents the hypothesis that the physical changes in the Peace-Athabasca Delta in northern Alberta (resulting from damming of the Peace River upstream), have favoured the wolf populations in Wood Buffalo National Park at the expense of bison (both plains and wood bison), and that there is urgent need to reverse the hydrological regime.
Author of A faunal investigation of southern Baffin island, Search for the Blue Goose, The mammals of Manitoba, Waterfowl and other ornithological investigations in Yukon Territory, Canada,Mammals of Wood Buffalo Park, northern Alberta and District of Mackenzie, The birds of Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada, The birds of Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada, The blue.
Avibase is an extensive database information system about all birds of the world, containing over &1 million records ab species subspecies of birds, including distribution information regions, taxonomy, synonyms in several languages and more.
Directional and altitudinal movements between summer and winter ranges still occur annually at Wood Buffalo National Park and Yellowstone National Park [2,11,52,94]. During November and May, American bison at Wood Buffalo National Park migrate from wooded hills to the Peace River Valley, a distance of as much as miles ( km).J.
Dewey Soper has written: 'The mammals of Jasper National Park, Alberta' -- subject(s): Mammals 'Waterfowl and related investigations in the Peace-Athabasca Delta region of Alberta, 1 Fort McMurray; 2 Fort Chipewyan; 3 Fort McKay; Other destinations .
1 Wood Buffalo National Park – This massive park is a UNESCO world heritage site that extends into the Northwest protects the largest intact boreal forest on earth, contains the largest freshwater inland delta on earth, and is home to a herd of rare wood bison (or "wood buffalo").