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"The ferruginous hawk (Buteo regalis) is considered an endangered species in Alberta," says Brandy Downey, senior species-at-risk biologist, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development Department (SRD).
Currently, Alberta Sustainable Resource Development lists Arctic Grayling as 'sensitive' (ASRD 2001).
This project represents a portion of the MSc thesis work of Laura MacPherson in collaboration with the Alberta Conservation Association (ACA), Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (ASRD) and the University of Alberta, Department of Renewable Resources (U of A).
The new provincial protection policy is geared toward "maintaining and restoring caribou habitat and carefully managing populations of alternate prey species and predators," as stated in a news release from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.
Protection of endangered species falls under federal legislation, but Alberta Sustainable Resource Development's draft plan has done nothing to pick up the federal slack.
Officials from Alberta Sustainable Resource Development did not return calls to Sage requesting comment on the government's point of view on the matter.
Grazing leases are a creation of section 102 of the Public Lands Act, which authorizes the public lands Minister (currently the Minister of Alberta Sustainable Resource Development (SRD)) to lease public land for grazing cattle, horses, and sheep when, in the Minister's opinion, livestock grazing is the "best use that may be made of the land".
Dave Ealey of Alberta Sustainable Resource Development said: "They came within 20 to 25 metres of the bear when they first saw it.
According to Bruce Treichel, wildlife allocation specialist for Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, deer numbers have recently increased to 145,000 mule deer and nearly a quarter-million whitetails, concentrated in the southern third of the province.
"In the early stages people were evacuated from the immediate area because the fire was moving very quickly, but there's no reports from the ground that the site (of the oil spill) is actively threatened," said Rob Harris, a fire information officer with Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.
Alberta Sustainable Resource Development has drafted a document that describes how Metis harvesting rights are recognized by the province, said department spokesperson Darcy Whiteside.
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