Martin Gebauer

Martin Gebauer
University of Oxford | OX · School of Geography and the Environment

BSc, MSc (UBC), MSc (Oxford)

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September 1989 - present
Gebauer & Associates Ltd.
Position
  • CEO
Description
  • President, terrestrial ecologist, ornithologist, and environmental assessment practitioner.
Education
September 2016 - July 2017
University of Oxford
Field of study
  • Biodiversity, Conservation and Management
September 1987 - September 1989
University of British Columbia - Vancouver
Field of study
  • Wildlife management
September 1984 - April 1987
University of British Columbia - Vancouver
Field of study
  • Zoology and Ecology

Publications

Publications (89)
Technical Report
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“The spectacular Vaseux–Bighorn National Wildlife Area (NWA) in British Columbia is home to 30 species listed as at risk in Canada. This NWA’s native grasslands support some exceptional and enigmatic species, and it is located within one of Canada’s most biologically diverse regions. The habitats are unique because the valley is the northern extens...
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“Widgeon Valley National Wildlife Area (NWA) is set in the largest undiked freshwater marsh in southwestern British Columbia. This protected area is part of a larger wetland complex comprising the diked marshes of the provincial Pitt-Addington Wildlife Management Area, the provincial Pitt Polder Ecological Reserve and Widgeon Marsh Regional Park Re...
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“The Columbia National Wildlife Area (NWA) is made up of 4 units (Wilmer, Brisco, Spillimacheen and Harrogate), which together protect a spectacular and unique collection of wetland habitats. Located in the Southern Rocky Mountain Trench of southeastern British Columbia, the NWA is part of a much larger wetland complex (the Columbia Wetlands) that...
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Arctic-nesting shorebirds populations have shown serious declines in recent decades (Morrison et al. 2001, 2006; Bart et al. 2007; Gratto-Trevor et al. 2011; Andres et al. 2012). Although ‘The State of Canada’s Birds’ (NABCI Canada 2012) reported that Arctic shorebird populations have declined by 60%, the threats that migratory birds face during mi...
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As a requirement of the NIRB Project Certificate, the 2019 Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the 14th of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue through the life of...
Presentation
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Presentation on the status of shorebird populations and hunting in Trinidad and Tobago based on research and interviews.
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As a requirement of the NIRB Project Certificate, the 2018 Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the 13th of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life...
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Arctic-nesting shorebirds populations have shown serious declines in recent decades (Morrison et al. 2001, 2006; Bart et al. 2007; Gratto-Trevor et al. 2011; Andres et al. 2012). Although ‘The State of Canada’s Birds’ (NABCI Canada 2012) reported that Arctic shorebird populations have declined by 60%, the threats that migratory birds face during mi...
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Arctic-nesting shorebirds populations have shown serious declines in recent decades (Morrison et al. 2001, 2006; Bart et al. 2007; Gratto-Trevor et al. 2011; Andres et al. 2012). Although ‘The State of Canada’s Birds’ (NABCI Canada 2012) reported that Arctic shorebird populations have declined by 60%, the threats that migratory birds face during mi...
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As a requirement of the NIRB Project Certificate, the 2017 Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the 12th of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life...
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This Terrestrial Baseline Characterization Report has been prepared in support of the proposal by Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico Eagle) to develop the Whale Tail Pit, V-Zone and adjacent areas as potential mining projects or satellite pits to the existing Meadowbank Gold Mine. The study area is located approximately 50 km northwest of the Meadowba...
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After precipitous declines in shorebird populations in North America in the late 1800s, the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 banned commercial hunting of almost all shorebird species. Despite increased protection, many populations continued to decline. Recent investigations by Canadian and American wildlife agencies found that habitat loss on bree...
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The Eurasian Lynx (Lynx lynx), which had been extirpated from much of its historic range in Western Europe, is returning through reintroductions and natural dispersal. Although conservation organizations such as 'Rewilding Europe' have facilitated and celebrated this 'reclaiming' of old haunts, farmers and hunters are not quite so ecstatic. This es...
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Dispersal of Eurasian Collared-Dove in North America
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As a requirement of the NIRB Project Certificate, the 2016 Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the 11th of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life...
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In the Canadian Arctic, caribou are a highly valued and integral component of Inuit culture and diet, providing key provisioning and cultural ecosystem services. As Inuit populations increase and the demand for country meat increases, some Inuit have resorted to purchasing caribou from hunters in regions where caribou are still available. This info...
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A residential cluster development has been proposed for the Hunters Hill property, located at the north end of the District of Summerland. The approximately 168 acre property is situated at the south end of what is known locally as Rattlesnake Mountain and is within an area zoned as Country Residential Cluster (CR-C). The property is bounded by orc...
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As a requirement of the NIRB Project Certificate, the 2015 Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the 10th of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life...
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The Columbia National Wildlife Area (NWA) is made up of 4 units (Wilmer, Brisco, Spillimacheen and Harrogate) which together protect a spectacular and unique collection of wetland habitats. Located in the Southern Rocky Mountain Trench of southeastern British Columbia, the NWA is part of a much larger wetland complex (the Columbia Wetlands) that st...
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The 2014 Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the ninth of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life of the mine. Details of the wildlife monitoring p...
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AREVA Resources Canada Inc. (AREVA) has proposed a uranium mine project (the ‘Kiggavik Project’, or the Project) in the Kivalliq region of Nunavut, in the area around the community of Baker Lake (Figures 1.1-1 and 1.1-2). The Project proposal is for development of a uranium mine and mill complex within the Kiggavik and Sissons lease areas, and incl...
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The 2013 Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the eighth of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico-Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life of the mine. Details of the wildlife monitoring...
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This Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the seventh of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico-Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life of the mine. Details of the wildlife monitoring pro...
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This Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the sixth of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico-Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). Baseline and monitoring programs were first initiated in 1999 and will continue throughout the life of the mine. Details of the wildlife monitoring progr...
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This Wildlife Monitoring Summary Report represents the fifth of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico-Eagle) Meadowbank Mine (the project). This year’s report has been re-organized to provide the objectives, methodology, historical and current year results as well as the accuracy of impact pr...
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White-headed Woodpecker (Picoides albolarvatus) is a small black woodpecker (21-23cm long) with a white head and white wing patches. The only other bird with which it can be confused is the Clark’s Nutcracker (Nucifraga Columbiana), which is a larger bird (30-34cm) with a light grey head and body with black wings and white wing patches. White-heade...
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This report represents the fourth of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico-Eagle) Meadowbank Gold Mine Project (the project). The project is located approximately 70 km north of the Hamlet of Baker Lake, 300 km inland from the northwest coast of Hudson Bay. The Meadowbank area is above the tr...
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This Environmental Management Plan (EMP) is intended to address potential environmental issues associated with the Whatcom Road Connector Project (the “Project”) pre-construction and construction works. Appropriate mitigation measures and management strategies have been developed for implementation by the winning contractor (the “Contractor”) to mi...
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Within the last two decades, the population of the City of Abbotsford (the “City”) has nearly doubled. With the City being reported as “the fastest growing economy in Canada” in 2004, significant growth challenges are expected to continue. Today, approximately 74% of the City’s land area is encompassed by Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) and the onl...
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This report represents the third of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico-Eagle) Meadowbank Gold Mine Project (the “project”). The project is located approximately 70 km north of the Hamlet of Baker Lake, 300 km inland from the northwest coast of Hudson Bay. The Meadowbank area is above the t...
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This report represents the second of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for the Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd. (Agnico-Eagle) Meadowbank Gold Project. The project is located approximately 70 km north of the Hamlet of Baker Lake, 300 km inland from the northwest coast of Hudson Bay. The Meadowbank area is above the tree line near the Ar...
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Canadian Hydro Developers (CHD), Inc. completed construction of a hydro generation facility on the upper Mamquam River, approximately 650 m upstream of the head works of the EPCOR Ltd. (formerly Northern Utilities Inc.) Hydro Plant, in June 2005. The potential impacts of the proposed facility on riverine birds such as Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus h...
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Vancouver Island Beggarticks (VIBT) (Bidens amplissima Greene) is an endemic annual herbaceous species found almost exclusively1 in the coastal areas of southwestern British Columbia and Washington State. VIBT, a member of the Aster family (Asteraceae), is provincially Blue-Listed (Special Concern) and ranked federally as a species of Special Conce...
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This report represents the first of a series of annual Wildlife Monitoring Summary Reports for Cumberland Resources Ltd.’s (Cumberland) Meadowbank Gold Project. The project is located approximately 70 km north of the Hamlet of Baker Lake, 300 km inland from the northwest coast of Hudson Bay. The Meadowbank area is above the tree line near the Arcti...
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This report provides a comprehensive Terrestrial Ecosystem Management Plan (TEMP) for the Cumberland Resources Ltd. (Cumberland) Meadowbank Gold project. The project is located approximately 70 km north of Baker Lake, 300 km inland from the northwest coast of Hudson Bay. The Meadowbank area is above the tree line near the Arctic Circle in an area o...
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Canadian Hydro Developers, Inc. completed construction of a hydro generation facility on the upper Mamquam River, approximately 650 m upstream of the head works of the EPCOR Ltd. (formerly Northern Utilities Inc.) Hydro Plant, in June 2005. The potential impacts of the proposed facility on riverine birds such as Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrio...
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Canadian Hydro Developers, Inc. completed construction of a hydro generation facility on the upper Mamquam River, approximately 650 m upstream of the head works of the EPCOR Ltd. (formerly Northern Utilities Inc.) Hydro Plant, in June 2005. The potential impacts of the proposed facility on riverine birds such as Harlequin Duck (Histrionicus histrio...
Presentation
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Technical Presentation on the terrestrial environment to the Nunavut Impact Review Board during the final hearings for Cumberland Resources' Meadowbank Gold Project.
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The Nanaimo River estuary is the largest estuary on Vancouver Island and is a very significant regional feature. It is also a highly productive biological system, particularly in terms of the intertidal plant life, fish, shellfish, and bird species supported. The first known inhabitants were the Snuneymuxw First Nation (SFN or Snuneymuxw), to whom...
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This report provides a comprehensive environmental impact assessment (EIA) of the terrestrial environment for the Cumberland Meadowbank Gold project. The project is located approximately 70 km north of Baker Lake, 300 km inland from the northwest coast of Hudson Bay. The Meadowbank area is above the tree line near the Arctic Circle in an area of pe...
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This document has been prepared in support of the proposal of Cumberland Resources Ltd. (Cumberland) to develop the Meadowbank Gold property, located approximately 75 km north of Baker Lake, Kivalliq Region, Nunavut. The objective of this report is to provide baseline information on soils and terrain, vegetation, and terrestrial wildlife in and aro...
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The Somass River Estuary, at the south end of the Alberni Valley, lies at the mouth of the Somass River, the second largest river on Vancouver Island. Subject to alteration from agricultural, industrial, water management and development pressures, only a small portion of the original estuary remains relatively undisturbed. This low-lying terrain in...
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Gebauer & Associates Ltd was retained by the Okanagan Regional Wildlife Heritage Fund Society (via BC Parks, Penticton) to provide a prescription for ecosystem restoration of a 32 ha site in the Mahoney Lake area of White Lake Grasslands Protected Area (see Figure 1). The primary purpose of the project is to provide improved foraging and nesting ha...
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Lewis's Woodpecker in British Columbia. Accounts and measures for managing Identified Wildlife in British Columbia.
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The Sage Thrasher (Oreoscoptes montanus) is a medium-sized songbird that can be distinguished from other thrashers by its smaller size, short tail and short bill. Adult Sage Thrashers have brownish-grey upper parts with indistinct streaking on their crowns, off-white under parts streaked with dark brown spots, and brownish wings with narrow whitish...
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'Sagebrush' Brewer's Sparrow in British Columbia. Accounts and measures for managing Identified Wildlife in British Columbia.
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Sage Thrasher in British Columbia. Accounts and measures for managing Identified Wildlife in British Columbia.
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Sandhill Crane in British Columbia. Accounts and measures for managing Identified Wildlife in British Columbia.
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Yellow-breasted Chat in British Columbia. Accounts and measures for managing Identified Wildlife in British Columbia.
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White-headed Woodpecker in British Columbia. Accounts and measures for managing Identified Wildlife.
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This compendium report includes five conservation plans for birds in the Pacific & Yukon Region: Shorebirds, Seabirds, Waterfowl, Landbirds and Waterbirds. The plans provide details on the status, habitat requirements, and management needs of each species group, and discuss linkages with other bird conservation initiatives (e.g., North American Bir...
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The approximate 130 ha Blaney Bog (see Map) is one of the last undyked wetlands in the Pitt Meadows area and is considered by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and the Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection (MWLAP) to be an important aquatic Environmentally Sensitive Area (Reid 2000). The extensive wetlands within the Bog not only pr...
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Gebauer & Associates Ltd. was retained by the Canadian Forest Service to conduct a survey of significant flora and fauna at the DND Nanaimo Rifle Range site. The property functions as a rifle range with a large danger template around it. Both the 600-yard rifle range and a smaller pistol range are located at the southeast end of the property. The...
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Gebauer & Associates Ltd. was retained by the Canadian Forest Service to conduct a survey of significant flora and fauna at the DND Heals Rifle Range site located on the Saanich Peninsula, just south of Tod Inlet. The property functions as a rifle range with a large danger template around it. There is 1,000 yard rifle range of which less than 600 y...
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Gebauer & Associates Ltd. was retained by the Canadian Forest Service to conduct a survey of significant flora and fauna at the DND Mary Hill site on the north side of Peddar Bay, west of Victoria. The property functions as a training area for militia and other military. One permanent building, located at the centre of the property, is being used a...
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The Double-crested Cormorant (Phalacrocorax auritus) is a large, black waterbird occurring primarily in marine areas of the Strait of Georgia and Juan de Fuca Strait. Two subspecies occur within the province: P.a. albociliatus breeds in the Strait of Georgia and Juan de Fuca Strait and is resident year round; P.a. cincinatus breeds in the Aleutian...
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The approximate 100 ha Codd Island Wetlands (see Map 1) is one of the last undyked wetlands in the Pitt Meadows area and is considered by Fisheries and Oceans and the Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection (MWLAP) to be an environmentally sensitive area (Clark 2000; Reid 2000). Together with other wetland areas of the Pitt River Valley, it make...
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Gebauer & Associates was retained by BC Parks, Summerland to identify a list of candidate prescribed burning sites for the Ponderosa Pine biogeoclimatic zone (PPxh I) of Okanagan Mountain Provincial Park. Prescribed burning was a management tool chosen to not only reduce fuel loading and high juvenile pine stocking densities, but to improve habitat...
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Gebauer & Associates was retained by the Canadian Forest Service to conduct a survey of significant flora and fauna at the Matsqui TX site. The site is approximately 100 ha in size and is dominated by open fields, most of which are mowed on a regular basis by local farmers, and the presence of numerous communication facilities. The eastern portions...
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The Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) is a large and distinctive wading bird occurring throughout southern British Columbia, but particularly around the Strait of Georgia. Two subspecies are found within the province: A.h. fannini, found in coastal areas, and A.h. herodias, found in interior areas. Populations on the coast are considered to be stab...
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The American Avocet (Recurvirostra americana) is one of the more distinctive shorebirds in British Columbia. Its long bluish legs, long upcurved bill, and striking black and white body plumage, are enhanced during the summer with cinnamon colouring on its head and neck. The avocet was first reported in British Columbia in 1908 and was only seen on...
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Habitat suitability mapping for Burns Bog was provided for a number of rare and endangered species and several wildlife species groups. The most suitable habitats for small mammal diversity were peripheral forests, particularly east of Highway 91. Peripheral forests were again the most suitable for rare and endangered mammals such as the red-listed...
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Existing information on wildlife utilization in Burns Bog and data from 1999 wildlife surveys was collected and reviewed, and comprehensive species lists for mammals, birds, amphibians, and reptiles were developed. For each listed species, status, distribution, and habitat preferences within Burns Bog are indicated. Rare and endangered species know...
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In 1994, the summer population of Greater Sandhill Cranes (Grus canadensis tabida) in Burns Bog was estimated to be approximately 10 birds consisting of two to three breeding pairs and three to four non-breeding individuals. Breeding surveys conducted in May 1999 estimated the spring population to consist of three to four breeding pairs and two to...
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Surveys of diurnal raptors were conducted in Burns Bog between August 15 and September 20, 1999, as part of the Burns Bog Ecosystem Review. Six primary observers conducted 15 surveys of five regions in the interior of the Bog, three surveys of the perimeter forests, and five surveys of the adjacent agricultural lands. Properties owned by Corporatio...
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Fifteen daytime and five nighttime waterbird surveys were conducted in Bums Bog during August and September 1999. Twenty-nine waterbird species were recorded during the surveys, including grebes (1 species), Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias), geese (2 species), ducks (11 species), Sora (Porzana carolina), American Coot (Fulica americana), shorebird...
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In 1994, the breeding population of Greater Sandhill Cranes in Burns Bog was estimated to be approximately 10 birds consisting of two to three breeding pairs and three to four non-breeding individuals. In 1994, cranes were reported from western portions of the Bog, and particularly in the northwest, in the vicinity of several large ponds. Only one...
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The City of Surrey has proposed to extend dykes along the Nicomekl and Serpentine Rivers to reduce the extent of winter flooding of agricultural and other low-lying areas. The Canadian Wildlife Service has expressed concern about the impact that reduction of total flooded area of agricultural fields will have on the 1, 000s of northern pintail (Ana...
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The Stawamus River, a community watershed, is located near the community of Squamish. The watershed has a total length of 21. 3 km and drains an area of approximately 4,920 ha. A large bank failure within Reach 6, on the left side, of the river (S2 stream classification) was stabilized between 02 and 26 March, 1999, utilizing a combination of bioen...
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Hutton’s vireo (Vireo huttoni huttoni) and western screech-owl (Otus kennicottii kennicottii) are 2 subspecies at risk occupying lowland coniferous or mixed coniferous-deciduous woodlands in the Greater Vancouver and Sunshine Coast areas of British Columbia. Since 1993, we have conducted 43 intensive censuses of the avifauna of 38 sites in this reg...
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An intensive breeding bird survey program was conducted over a two week period at the end of June, 1996 within the Red Slough area at the north end of Pitt Lake. Point counts were established in various habitat types to document bird diversity, abundance and habitat use. Site traverses attempted to identify valued ecosystem components such as rapto...
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Boundary Bay Regional Park is not only a popular year round recreation destination for numerous visitors but an important breeding, wintering and migratory stop-over location for a wide variety of wildlife species. The variety of significant landscape features including marine, sand dune, shrubland, woodland, old field and wetland ecosystems of the...
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This status report on the Vaux's Swift (Chaetura vauxi) is part of an ongoing program by the British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks (BC Environment), Wildlife Branch, to more effectively manage species at risk for long-term vi­ability. Information on Vaux's Swifts has been assembled from a variety of published and unpub­lished so...
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The Lower Mainland population of greater sandhill cranes (Grus canadensis tabida) is estimated at a maximum of 31 individuals. Cranes nested in two restricted areas in the Pitt River valley and at Burns Bog. These areas still provide relatively isolated tracts of hardhack (Spiraea douglasii) marsh and open bog habitats, respectively, that are suita...
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This report includes data on the status and nest site locations of ospreys (Pandion halieatus) in the lower Fraser River valley, Howe Sound / Whistler, Sunshine Coast and Powell River areas of the Lower Mainland Region of British Columbia collected primarily during field surveys in 1993. Field surveys in 1994 were of limited scope, being restricted...
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The status of great blue heron (Ardea herodias) colonies in the Howe Sound / Whistler, Sunshine Coast and Powell River areas was determined in 1993 and 1994. Of the 123 heronries located, 12 were known to be active, although only seven were successful in both years. In 1993, reproductive success was assessed at three of the larger colonies. The num...
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Burns Bog, the largest raised bog in the Lower Mainland region, covers more than 4,000 ha of the southern half of the Fraser River delta. The bog has recently received increased attention because of its unique and endangered wildlife and habitat features. Despite its regional and ecological significance, only a few partial inventories of its natura...
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Who would believe the spectacular diversity of fauna, flora, and ecosystems awaiting discovery in southern Alberta? A trip here will take you from shortgrass prairie intersected by ravines and dotted with thousands of ponds to the forested foothills and grandeur of the Rocky Mountains. Along the way you will see world-famous archaeological sites, f...
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This report includes data on the status and nest site locations of bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) in the Howe Sound / Whistler, Sunshine Coast and Powell River areas of the Lower Mainland Region of British Columbia. A total of 90 nests, representing 79 territories were identified in 1993 in these areas. All bald eagle nests were found in Do...
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This report includes data on the status, colony location and reproductive success of great blue herons (Ardea herodias) in the Fraser River Valley, between Chilliwack and the mouth of the Fraser River Valley in 1992. Thirteen great blue heron colonies used in 1992 and three colony-sites abandoned between 1989 and 1992 were described. The mean numbe...