Notice of permit
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Regional or Local Number: 19
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the provisions of section 73 of the Species at Risk Act permit no. 19 is issued.
Scientific research for the conservation of the species
Activities may include any of the following for any species: Collection of small amounts of seed (<1%) for propagation ex situ for the pupose of studying seed viability, germination condisions and rates. Collection of a mall proportion (<1%) of inflorescences or flowers for the purpose of determining fertility, seed predation rates, etc. Removal of a small number (<0.1%) of individuals of annual species (e.g. Agalinus spp.) for research on habitat and microsite requirements. Collection of seed for the purpose of propagation ex situ plants to provide material for research and/or for restoration projects. Mapping location, counting and setting up permanent study quadrats may sometime involve accidental trampling of some plants and portions of some habitat. This will be kept to a minimum. Some perturbation of habitat may occur during removal of invasive species. Some experimental purturbation of habitat for restoration purposes may be done in locations where species at risk are thought to be extirpated.
Start Date: 2006-06-01 End Date: 2007-12-31
Issuing Authority: Environment Canada
- Species at Risk Act
Location of Activity (province, territory or ocean):
- Climbing Prairie Rose
- Common Hoptree
- Dense Blazing Star
- Eastern Prairie Fringed Orchid
- Gattinger's Agalinis
- Kentucky Coffee-tree
- Pink Milkwort
- Riddell's Goldenrod
- Showy Goldenrod
- Skinner's Agalinis
- Small White Lady's-slipper
- White Prairie Gentian
- Willowleaf Aster
All reasonable alternatives to the activity that would reduce the impact on the species have been considered and the best solution has been adopted. All feasible measures will be taken to minimize the impact of the activity on the species or its critical habitat. The activity will not jeopardize the survival of recovery of the species.
Other Relevant Information:
A written report is to be submitted to CWS by 31 March of each year following.
Canadian Wildlife Service