4 edition of Preliminary wolf management plan for British Columbia. found in the catalog.
Preliminary wolf management plan for British Columbia.
British Columbia. Fish and Wildlife Branch.
Bibliography: p. 18-19.
|LC Classifications||QL737.C22 B7 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv leaves, 30 p.,  fold. leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||30|
|LC Control Number||80470243|
The North American wolf Canis lupus pambasileus is a subspecies of gray wolf that is referred to as the Interior Alaskan wolf in the United States and the Yukon wolf in Canada where it ranges in adjacent parts of British Columbia and Northwest Territories. This subspecies is indigenous to Interior Alaska and Yukon, a preservation for the tundra region of the Arctic Coast. To this point, the recovery program has been guided by the state’s Wolf Conservation and Management Plan 4 and the Washington Wolf Advisory Group (WAG) 5, a collection of conservationists, ranchers, hunters, and other interested parties representing a range of re is also applied by organizations outside the process, some of which have pursued an aggressive legal strategy to.
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A new wolf management plan in British Columbia hopes to strike the right balance between conservation and control. The plan, which was released in April, tries to create a “realistic and. It is important to let the three ministers and the Premier, Christy Clark, know that you are not in favour of this Wolf Slaughter (management plan) in Super Natural British Columbia. The only Big Bad Wolf in this story are the people who work for our government! Let's make a howl of a noise to make the Liberal leader know that this is not their.
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