Wildlife management in the Yukon Territory by Gordon C. Haber Download PDF EPUB FB2
A story needing to be told about a least understood animal and told by a biologist who has decades of personal even intimate experience studying wolves throughout their range in arctic and subarctic Yukon Territory.
Included is a historical sketch of these animals and their prey and Nying species following/5(5). It is part of the ongoing co-operative approach to ﬁ sh and wildlife management within the VGFN traditional territory.
This plan was developed by Vuntut Gwitchin government (VGG), North Yukon Renewable Resources Council (NYRRC), Yukon government (YG), and Parks Canada (PC), referred to as the planning participants.
"Birds of the Yukon Territory is a great leap forward in our knowledge of bird life in the boreal forest and tundra regions of North America.
What makes this book an incredible achievement is the impressive volume of information that has been amassed from a rugged land with a small human population and limited road access to remote areas. Game Management Zone (GMZ) and Game Management Subzone (GMS): Yukon is divided into 11 Game Management Zones, and each of these Zones includes many Game Management Subzones.
Harvest of big game species are managed on a subzone basis, so know which subzone you are in when hunting. See the map included with this booklet. With a mandate to address issues that affect all of Yukon, the YFWMB focuses on policies and legislation for sustainable fish, wildlife, and habitat management.
Imagine wildlife that remains truly wild. Imagine trails that wind through iconic parks, glacier-fed lakes and world-famous rivers. Now imagine you were here to see it all. Well, you can with this handy wildlife since the Yukon is the kind of place with more moose than people, odds are you’ll be seeing more famous animals than you can imagine.
Wildlife. The Yukon is alive with fully functioning, healthy ecosystems. The landscape supports a diversity of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, caribou, moose, sheep, marmots and pileated woodpeckers.
Eight tree species, including the white spruce and trembling aspen, and 38 species of freshwater fish, including the arctic grayling and. Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory.
likes. Chapter 16 of Yukon Final Agreements recognizes the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board (YFWMB) as. Yukon wildlife by species Information on Yukon's major species including characteristics, population, locations, wildlife viewing opportunities, and more.
Wildlife viewing. About this book. This important work brings the knowledge of the vascular plants of the Yukon Territory up to date. Geology and vegetation are the focus of this well illustrated flora, which contains treatments of species, representing 80 families.
All species are illustrated and dot maps depict known distribution within the Yukon Territory. Territory that do not overlap other First Nations’ traditional territories. The planning region is located in the south-central Yukon Territory.
It includes all public lands (territorial) and TTC First Nation settlement lands in the TT Traditional Territory, excluding overlap lands (Map 1). The planning region covers approximat of over 1, results for Books: "Yukon Territory" The Social Life of Stories: Narrative and Knowledge in the Yukon Territory.
by Julie Cruikshank | Aug 1, Paperback $ $ FREE Shipping on your first order shipped by Amazon. Usually ships within 3 to 5 days. Mission, Power & Responsibilities Read about the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board mandate, vision statements, and responsibilities to fish and wildlife in the territory, laid out in the Umbrella Final Agreement.
He made another expedition to Labrador three years later. After service in the Army Air Force in World War I, he joined the U. Biological Survey, now the Fish and Wildlife Service, and conducted an extensive study of the caribou of Alaska and the Yukon s: 9.
Prescriptive, ad hoc, reactionary: these are some of the ways Yukon's wildlife protection regime is described by Don Hutton, co-chair of the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board. John Thompson Dec. 16, a.m. Tr'ondek Hwech'in Traditional Territory: D. Range: Tetlit Gwich'in Traditional Territory: Management Approach • Approach focuses on harvest Yukon Wildlife Management • Based on co-management regime (recommendation bodies) • Multiple Boards and Councils • Porcupine Caribou Management.
4 The Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board. 5 The Mackenzie Valley Environmental Impact Review Board and the Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board. 6 The Mackenzie Valley Boards and the Regulatory Improvement Saga. Part 3: A Review of the Key Issues.
7 Issues of Board Independence. 8 Traditional Knowledge in Claims-Mandated Co-management Board. Get this from a library. Community-based fish and wildlife work plan: Vuntut Gwitchin traditional territory, [Yukon.
Fish and Wildlife Branch,; Vuntut Gwitchin Government. Natural Resources Department,; North Yukon Renewable Resources Council,;] -- This fish and wildlife work plan attempts to coordinate the efforts of the planning participants to address local concerns about fish.
Renewable Resources Councils (RRCs) are local management bodies in the Yukon established in areas where individual land claim agreements have been signed. RRCs are a voice for local community members in managing renewable resources, such as fish, wildlife, habitat and forestry matters, specific to their Traditional Territory.
RRCs provide strong input into planning and regulation by the territorial. The first proposal relates to the Yukon government taking a broader “adaptive management” approach to moose in the territory, and would allow the government to use more moose harvest management tools beyond varying permit availability or opening and closing subzones.
It would also change how quickly moose management decisions are made. All species are illustrated and dot maps depict known distribution within the Yukon Territory. It will be invaluable not only to botanical scientists, students, and travelers, but also to those concerned with biodiversity, rare and endangered species, resource management, wildlife management, and environmental planning.
Far above the Arctic Circle sit Ivvavik National Park and Herschel Island-Qikiqtaruk Territorial Park. Extremely remote with no road access, this is the only part of the Yukon that polar bears visit, while belugas and bowhead whales make their seasonal home in the waters off the shore.
I have been conducting ethnographic research in Canada’s Yukon Territory sinceprincipally with the people of Kluane First Nation, the indigenous inhabitants of the southwest Yukon. My research has focused on the politics surrounding the production and use of environmental knowledge in wildlife management, land claim negotiations, and.
It may be dark, cold and snowy, but you’ll soon find out why that makes Yukon winters all the better. Temperatures can drop to °C (°F) with daily highs of °C (°F) making it, in our opinion, one of the best winter destinations on the planet.
All species are illustrated and dot maps depict known distribution within the Yukon Territory. It should be valuable not only to botanical scientists, students and travellers, but also to those concerned with biodiversity, rare and endangered species, resource management, wildlife management and environmental planning.
Wildlife Management Advisory Council North Slope, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. likes. The council was created under the Inuvialuit Final Agreement to cooperatively manage the Yukon. Canoeing the Yukon River.
This active outdoor adventure retraces part of the route of the Klondike Gold Rush, camping on the banks of the river in a vast wilderness surrounded by wildlife and relics of the region's past. One of the North America’s longest rivers, the Yukon is rich in wildlife, with moose, bears and lynx.
Duration inc. flights. The hunt is aligned with adaptive management provisions approved for the herd in as part of Yukon’s Wildlife Act, which are separate from the harvest management plan, he said in an email.
Yukon government’s Wildlife Viewing Program provides you with the opportunity to learn more about Yukon’s wildlife. Pick up free booklets and brochures at Visitor Information Centres and rest stops across the territory, or download the PDFs directly from their website.
Using the program’s flagship publication, Yukon’s Wildlife Viewing Guide, plan your Yukon trip to maximize [ ]. B&C Classics Series By Charles Sheldon Join Sheldon on his two years of field experiences while engaged in studying wild sheep of Yukon Territory from to This detailed account is strictly from the point of view of a hunter interested in natural history.
Sheldon traveled by steamboat, canoe, pack horses and on foot as he was accompanied by other well known explorers of his generation. Get this from a library! Yukon wildlife: a social history. [Robert G McCandless] -- From the development of wildlife laws, traces the social development of the Yukon from the turn of the century to the s.The Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board is holding a public review meeting in Whitehorse on December 11th, at pm, Yukon Inn (Fireside Room).
All are welcome to attend. This will be the final chance to provide the Board with your feedback on the proposed changes to the Yukon Wildlife .Welcome to The Wildlife Society’s online bookstore.
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