Species at Risk
Considerations for Species at Risk has been steadily increasing over recent years as the priority for mitigating impacts on rare, endangered, and threatened species has become an accepted standard approach to sustainable development. Guiding the development of adaptive landscape management and development practices through attention to federally-designated (COSEWIC) and Provincial Red & Blue-listed wildlife species, plant species and ecological communities, CBA Ltd. has been involved in many initiatives to refine our ecological knowledge of Species at Risk and better understand the best approaches to sustaining populations where it may still be possible.
Below are a selection of the many technical reports on Species at Risk that CBA Ltd. has developed.
Accounts and Measures for Short-eared Owl, Bay-breasted, Black-throated Green, Cape May, and Connecticut Warblers, and Nelson's Sharp-tailed Sparrow in the Northern Interior Forest District (p. 39-105; 2004)