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Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series
(All titles ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change)

book cover 1   Novakowski, N.S., 1966. Whooping crane population dynamics on the nesting grounds, Wood Buffalo National Park, Northwest Territories, Canada. 20 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1966) 2   Stephen, W.J. Douglas, 1967. Bionomics of the sandhill crane. 48 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1967) book cover
book cover 3   Ryder, John Pemberton, 1967. The breeding biology of Ross' goose in the Perry River region, Northwest Territories. 56 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1967) 4   Bendell, J.F. and P. W. Elliott, 1967. Behaviour and the regulation of numbers in blue grouse. 76 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1967) book cover
book cover 5   Harington, C. Richard, 1968. Denning habits of the polar bear (Ursus maritimus Phipps). 30 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1968) 6   1969. Saskatoon wetlands seminar. 262 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1969) book cover
book cover 7   Bédard, Jean, 1969. Histoire naturelle du Gode, Alca torda, L., dans le golfe Saint-Laurent, province de Québec, Canada. 79 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1969) 8   Macpherson, A.H., 1969. The dynamics of Canadian arctic fox populations. 52 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1969) book cover
book cover 9   Thomas, Donald C., 1969. Population estimates and distribution of barren-ground caribou in Mackenzie District, N.W.T., Saskatchewan, and Alberta — March to May, 1967. 44 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1969) 10  Soper, J. Dewey, 1970. The mammals of Jasper National Park, Alberta. 80 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1970) book cover
book cover 11  Flook, Donald R., 1970. Causes and implications of an observed sex differential in the survival of wapiti. 71 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1970) 12  Vermeer, Kees, 1970. Breeding biology of California and ring-billed gulls: a study of ecological adaptations to the inland habitat. 52 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1970) book cover
book cover 13  Manning, T.H., 1971. Geographical variation in the polar bear (Ursus maritimus Phipps). 27 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1971) 14  1971. Studies of bird hazards to aircraft. 105 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1971) book cover
book cover 15  Kelsall, John P. and William Prescott, 1971. Moose and deer behavior in snow in Fundy National Park, New Brunswick. 25 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1971) 16  Fowle, C. David, 1972. Effects of phosphamidon on forest birds in New Brunswick. 25 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1972) book cover
book cover 17  Erskine, A.J., 1972. Populations, movements and seasonal distribution of mergansers in northern Cape Breton Island. 36 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change 2015, 1972) 18  Kiel, William H., Jr., Arthur S. Hawkins and Nolan G. Perret, 1972. Waterfowl habitat trends in the aspen parkland of Manitoba. 63 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1972) book cover
19  Herlocker, Dennis J. and H. J. Dirschl, 1972. Vegetation of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania. 39 p.
book cover 20  Parker, G.R., 1972. Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of barren-ground caribou. Part 1: Total numbers, mortality, recruitment, and seasonal distribution. 95 p. 21  Kuyt, E., 1972. Food habits and ecology of wolves on barren-ground caribou range in the Northwest Territories. 36 p. book cover
book cover 22  Mundy, K.R.D. and D.R. Flook, 1973. Background for managing grizzly bears in the national parks of Canada. 35 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1973) 23  Soper, J. Dewey, 1973. The mammals of Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. 55 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1973) book cover
book cover 24  Sugden, Lawson G., 1973. Feeding ecology of Pintail, Gadwall, American Widgeon and Lesser Scaup ducklings in southern Alberta. 43 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1973) 25  Poston, H.J., 1974. Home range and breeding biology of the Shoveler. 49 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1974) book cover
book cover 26  Miller, F.L. and E. Broughton, 1974. Calf mortality during 1970 on the calving ground of the Kaminuriak caribou. 26 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1974) 27  Brown, R.G.B., 1974. Bird damage to fruit crops in the Niagara Peninsula. 57 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1974) book cover
book cover 28  Blokpoel, H., 1974. Migration of Lesser Snow and Blue Geese in spring across southern Manitoba Part 1: Distribution, chronology, directions, numbers, heights and speeds. 30 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1974) 29  Boyd, H., 1974. Canadian Wildlife Service waterfowl studies in eastern Canada, 1969-73 = Etudes du SCF sur les oiseaux aquatiques dans l'est du Canada, 1969-73. 106 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1974) book cover
book cover 30  Dirschl, H.J., D.L. Dabba and G.C. Gentle, 1974. Landscape classification and plant successional trends in the Peace-Athabasca Delta. 34 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1974) 31  Miller, F.L., 1974. Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of barren-ground caribou. Part 2: Dentition as an indicator of age and sex composition and socialization of the population. 88 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1974) book cover
book cover 32  Blokpoel, H. and Maureen C. Gauthier, 1975. Migration of Lesser Snow and Blue Geese in spring across southern Manitoba. Part 2: Influence of the weather and prediction of major flights. 30 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1975) 33  Parker, G.R., 1975. An investigation of caribou range on Southampton Island, Northwest Territories. 83 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1975) book cover
book cover 34  Pearson, Arthur M., 1975. The northern interior grizzly bear Ursus arctos L. 86 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1975) 35  Kerbes, R.H., 1975. The nesting population of Lesser Snow Geese in the eastern Canadian Arctic: a photographic inventory of June 1973. 47 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1975) book cover
36  Miller, D.R., 1976. Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of barren-ground caribou. Part 3: Taiga winter range relationships and diet. 42 p.
book cover 37  Miller, J.B., 1976. Wetland classification in western Canada: A guide to marshes and shallow open water wetlands in the grasslands and parklands of the Prairie Provinces. 38 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1976)
38
Dauphiné, T.C., Jr., 1976. Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of barren-ground Caribou. Part 4: Growth, reproduction and energy reserves. 71 p.
book cover 39  Stelfox, John G., 1976. Range ecology of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep. 49 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1976)
40
Miller, Frank L., Richard H. Russell and Anne Gunn, c1977. Distributions, movements and numbers of Peary caribou and muskoxen on western Queen Elizabeth Islands, Northwest Territories, 1972-74. 55 p.
book cover 41  Erskine, Anthony J., 1977. Birds in Boreal Canada. 73 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1977) 42  Erskine, Anthony J., 1978. The first ten years of the co-operative Breeding Bird Survey in Canada. 61 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1978) book cover
book cover 43  Boyd, H. and G. H. Finney, eds., 1978. Migratory game bird hunters and hunting in Canada. 127 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1978) 44  McCracken, Jon D., Michael S.W. Bradstreet and Geoffrey L. Holroyd, 1981. Breeding birds of Long Point, Lake Erie: a study in community succession. 74 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1981) book cover
book cover 45  Carbyn, Ludwig N., ed., 1983. Wolves in Canada and Alaska: their status, biology and management: proceedings of the Wolf Symposium held in Edmonton, Alberta, 12-14 May 1981. 135 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change 2015, 1983) 46  Gaston, A.J., et al., 1985. A Natural history of Digges Sound. 63 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1985) book cover
47  Reed, Austin, c1986. Eider ducks in Canada. 177 p.
book cover 530  Allard, Karel, Al Hanson, and Matthew Mahoney, c2014. Summary - important marine habitat areas for migratory birds in Eastern Canada. Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report Series Number 530. 26 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, c2014) 530  Allard, Karel, Al Hanson, and Matthew Mahoney, c2014. Sommaire - Zones d'habitat marin importantes pour les oiseaux migrateurs dans l'est du Canada. Canadian Wildlife Service Technical Report Series Number 530. 26 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, c2014) book cover


Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Papers Series
(All titles ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change)

1
c1991. Birds protected in Canada under the Migratory Birds Convention Act, 4th ed. Aussi disponible en français.
2
1964. Canadian bird names French, English and scientific, second edition. Bilingual publication. 20 p.
3
Benson, Denis A. 1963. Use of aerial surveys by the Canadian Wildlife Service. 35 p.
4
Tener, John S. 1963. Queen Elizabeth Islands game survey, 1961. 50 p.
5
Manning, T.H. 1964. Age determination in the polar bear. 12 p.
6
Benson, Denis A. 1964. Reprinted, 1966. A wildlife biologist looks at sampling, data processing, and computers. 16 p.
7
Fowle, C. David. 1965. A preliminary report on the effects of phosphamidon on bird populations in central New Brunswick. 54 p.
8   Boyer, George F., 1972. Birds of Nova Scotia-New Brunswick Border Region. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper Number 8. 2nd ed. 47 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1972) book cover
9
Fimreite, N. 1971. Effects of dietary methylmercury on Ring-necked Pheasants, with special reference to reproduction. 39 p.
10
Parker, G.R. 1971. Trends in populations of barren-ground caribou over the last two decades: a re-evaluation of the evidence. 11 p.
11
Benson, D.A. 1971. The Canada migratory game bird hunting permit and related surveys. 15 p.
12
Boyd, H.J. c1971. Observations on duck hunting in eastern Canada in 1968 and 1969. 24 p.
13
Dirschl, H.J. 1972. Evaluation of ecological effects of recent low water levels in the Peace-Athabasca Delta. 28 p.
14
Erskine, A.J. 1972. The Great Cormorants of eastern Canada. 23 p.
15
Parker, G.R. 1972. Distribution of barren-ground caribou harvest in north-central Canada from ear-tag returns. 20 p.
16
Blokpoel, H. 1973. Bird migration forecasts for military air operations. 18 p.
17
Nieman, D.J. and H.J. Dirschl. 1973. Waterfowl populations on the Peace-Athabasca Delta, 1969 and 1970. 26 p.
18
Anderson, R.S. and L.G. Raasveldt. c1974. Gammarus predation and the possible effects of Gammarus and Chaoborus feeding on the zooplankton composition in some small lakes and ponds in western Canada. 24 p.
19
Gilberlson, M. and L. Reynolds. c1974. A summary of DDE and PCB determinations in Canadian birds, 1969 to 1972. 18 p.
20
Walters, C.J., R. Hilborn, E. Oguss, R.M. Peterman and J.M. Stander. c1974. Development of a simulation model of Mallard Duck populations. 35 p.
21
Rick, A.M. 1975. Use of museum specimens in toxic chemical research. 21 p.
22
Whitman, W.R. 1976. Impoundments for waterfowl. 22 p.
23
Fyfe, R.W. and R. R. Olendorff. 1976. Minimizing the dangers of nesting studies to raptors and other sensitive species. 17 p.
24
Sugden, L.G. 1976. Waterfowl damage to Canadian grain: current problems and research needs. 25 p.
25
Nettleship, D.N. 1976. Census techniques for seabirds of arctic and eastern Canada. 33 p.
26
Jonkel, Charles, Pauline Smith, Ian Stirling and George B. Kolenosky. 1976. Notes on the present status of the polar bear in James Bay and Belcher Islands area.
book cover27  Anderson, R. Stewart and Roderick B. Green, 1976. Limnological and planktonic studies in the Waterton Lakes, Alberta. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper Number 27. 41 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1976)
28
Manning, T.H. c1976. Birds and mammals of the Belcher, Sleeper, Ottawa, and King George Islands, Northwest Territories. 42 p.
29
Sen, A.R. 1976. Developments in PPS sampling — Impact on current research. 22 p.
30
Wood, Thomas J. and Stanley A. Munroe. 1977. Dynamics of snowshoe hare populations in the Maritime Provinces. 21 p.
31
Donald, D.B. and A. H. Kooyman. 1977. Migration and population dynamics of the Peace-Athabasca Delta goldeye population. 21 p.
book cover32  Kelsall, John P., E. S. Telfer and Thomas D. Wright. 1977. The effects of fire on the ecology of the Boreal Forest, with particular reference to the Canadian north: a review and selected bibliography. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper Number 32. 58 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1977) 33  Ian Stirling; et al., 1977. The Ecology of the polar bear (Ursus maritimus) along the western coast of Hudson Bay. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper Number 33. 64 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1977) book cover
34
Lawson G. 1978. Canvasback habitat use and production in Saskatchewan parklands. 32 p.
35
Parker, Gerald R. 1978. The diets of muskoxen and Peary caribou on some islands of the Canadian High Arctic. 20 p.
36
Sorensen, Michael F. 1978. Observations of Mallards in the parkland of Alberta. 22 p.
37
Langford, William A. and Donald J. Cocheba. c1978. The wildlife valuation problem: A critical review of economic approaches. 37 p.
38
Adams, G.D. and G.C. Gentle. c1978. Spatial changes in waterfowl habitat, 1964-74, on two land types in the Manitoba Newdale Plain. 29 p.
39
Nettleship, D.N. and A.J. Gaston. 1978. Patterns of pelagic distribution of seabirds in western Lancaster Sound and Barrow Strait, Northwest Territories, in August and September 1976. 40 p.
40
Miller, Frank L. and Anne Gunn. 1979. Responses of Peary caribou and muskoxen to helicopter harassment. 90 p.
book cover41  DesGranges, J.-L., 1980. Avian community structure of six forest stands in La Mauricie National Park, Quebec. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper Number 41. 32 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1980)
42
Stirling, Ian and H.P.L. Kiliaan. c1980. Population ecology studies of the polar bear in northern Labrador. 21 p.
43
Birkhead, T.R. and D.N. Nettleship. c1980. Census methods for murres, Uria species : a unified approach. 25 p.
44
Stirling, Ian, Wendy Calvert and Dennis Andriashek. c1980. Population ecology studies of the polar bear in the area of southeastern Baffin Island. 33 p.
45
Stirling, Ian and Holly Cleator, eds. c1981. Polynyas in the Canadian Arctic. 73 p.
46
Boyd, H., G.E.J. Smith and F.G. Cooch. c1982. The lesser snow geese of the eastern Canadian arctic: their status during 1964-79 and their management from 1981 to 1990. 25 p.
47
Stirling, Ian, Michael Kingsley and Wendy Calvert. c1982. The distribution and abundance of seals in the eastern Beaufort Sea, 1974-79. 25 p.
48
Miller, F.L., E.J. Edmonds and A. Gunn. c1982. Foraging behaviour of Peary caribou in response to springtime snow and ice conditions. 41 p.
49
Sen, A.R. c1982. A review of some important techniques in sampling wildlife. 17 p.
50
Boyd, Hugh. 1983. Intensive regulation of duck hunting in North America: its purpose and achievements 24 p.
51
Filion, Fern L. and Shane A.D. Parker. c1984. Human dimensions of migratory game-bird hunting in Canada. 34 p.
52
Hochbaum, G.S. and C.J. Walters. c1984. Components of hunting mortality in ducks: a management analysis. 29 p.
53
Gaston, A.J. and G.E.J. Smith. c1984. The interpretation of aerial surveys for seabirds: some effects of behaviour 20 p.
54
Curtis, S.G., D.G. Dennis and H. Boyd, eds. c1984. Waterfowl studies in Ontario, 1973-81. 71 p.
55
Boyd, H. c1985. The reported kill of ducks and geese in Canada and the USA, 1974-82. 22 p.
56
Barr, J.F. c1986. Population dynamics of the common loon (Gavia immer) associated with mercury-contaminated waters in northwestern Ontario. 25 p.
57
Blokpoel, H. and G.D. Tessier. c1986. The ring-billed gull in Ontario: a review of a new problem species. 34 p.
58
Butler, Robert W., Brian G. Stushnoff and Edward McMackin. c1986. The birds of the Creston Valley and southeastern British Columbia. 37 p.
59
Gaston, A.J., B.T. Collins and A.W. Diamond. c1987. Estimating densities of birds at sea and the proportion in flight from counts made on transects of indefinite width. 16 p.
60
Erskine, Anthony J., ed. 1987. Waterfowl breeding population surveys, Atlantic Provinces. 82 p.
61
Reed, A., P. Dupuis and G.E.J. Smith. 1987. A survey of lesser snow geese on Southampton and Baffin Islands, N.W.T., 1979. 24 p.
62
McNicol, D.K., B.E. Bendell and R.K. Ross. 1987. Studies of the effects of acidification on aquatic wildlife in Canada : waterfowl and trophic relationships in small lakes in northern Ontario. 76 p.
63
Reynolds, H.W. and A.W.L. Hawley. 1987. Bison ecology in relation to agricultural development in the Slave River lowlands, NWT. 74 p.
64
Gauvin, J. and A. Reed. c1987. A simulation model for the Greater Snow Goose population. 28 p.
65
Butler, Robert W. and R. Wayne Campbell. 1987. The birds of the Fraser River delta: populations, ecology and international significance. 73 p.
66
Miller, Frank L., Eric Broughton and Anne Gunn. 1988. Mortality of migratory barren-ground caribou on the calving grounds of the Beverly herd, Northwest Territories, 1981-83. 26 p.
67
Desgranges, Jean-Luc, ed. c1989. Studies of the effects of acidification on aquatic wildlife in Canada: lacustrine birds and their habitats in Quebec. 70 p.
68
c1991-2002. Studies of high-latitude seabirds.
69
c1991-2002. Studies of high-latitude seabirds.
70
Dignard, N., et al. c1991. Habitats of the northeast coast of James Bay. 27 p.
71
Alexander, Stuart A., Robert S. Ferguson and Kevin J. McCormick. c1991. Key migratory bird terrestrial habitat sites in the Northwest Territories. 184 p.
72
Morgan, K.H., K. Vermeer and R.W. McKelvey. c1991. Atlas of pelagic birds of western Canada. 72 p.
73
Dickson, D. Lynne. c1992. The red-throated loon as an indicator of environmental quality. 20 p.
book cover74  Kuyt, E. c1992. Aerial radio-tracking of whooping cranes migrating between Wood Buffalo National Park and Aransas National Wildlife Refuge, 1981-84. Canadian Wildlife Service Occasional Paper Number 74. 53 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1992) 75  Vermeer, Kees, Robert W. Butler and Ken H. Morgan, eds. c1992. The Ecology, status, and conservation of marine and shoreline birds on the west coast of Vancouver Island. 136 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change 2015, 1992)book cover
76
Bishop, Christine A. and Karen E. Pettit, eds. c1992. Declines in Canadian amphibian populations: designing a national monitoring strategy. 120 p.
77
c1991-2002. Studies of high-latitude seabirds.
78
Gebauer, Martin B., Robert Z. Dobos and D. Vaughn Weseloh. c1993. Historical review of water bird populations and annotated list of water birds associated with Burlington Bay, Lake Ontario, 1857-1990. 44 p.
79
Woo, Ming-Ko, Robert D. Rowsell and Robert G. Clark. c1993. Hydrological classification of Canadian prairie wetlands and prediction of wetland inundation in response to climatic variability. 24 p.
80
Gaston, Anthony J. c1993. Monitoring thick-billed murre populations at colonies in northern Hudson Bay, 1972-92. 16 p.
81
Kerbes, Richard H. c1994. Colonies and numbers of Ross' geese and lesser snow geese in the Queen Maud Gulf Migratory Bird Sanctuary. 47 p.
82
Flemming, Stephen P., ed. 1994. The 1991 international piping plover census in Canada. 59 p.
83
Butler, Robert W. and Kees Vermeer, eds. c1994. The abundance and distribution of estuarine birds in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia. 78 p.
84
Turner, Bruce, et al. c1994. Wintering populations of lesser snow geese and Ross' geese in the northern highlands of Mexico, 1988-1990. 21 p.
85
Ewins, Peter J., et al. c1994. Caspian terns on the Great Lakes: organochlorine contamination, reproduction, diet and population changes, 1972-91. 30 p.
86
Butler, Robert W. c1995. The patient predator : foraging and population ecology of the Great blue heron Ardea herodias in British Columbia 44 p.
87
Bélanger, Luc and Denis Lehoux. c1995. Use of various habitat types by nesting ducks on islands in the St. Lawrence River between Montréal and Trois-Rivières. 26 p.
88
Scheuhammer, A.M. and S.L. Norris, c1995. A review of the environmental impacts of lead shotshell ammunition and lead fishing weights in Canada. 54 p.
89
Sirois, J., M.A. Fournier and M.F. Kay. c1995. The colonial waterbirds of Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories: an annotated atlas. 59 p.
90
Reed, Austin, et al. c1995. Duck use of the coastal habitats of Northeastern James Bay. 47 p.
91
Montevecchi, W.A., ed. c1991-c1996. Studies of high-latitude seabirds. 4, Trophic relationships and energetics of endotherms in cold ocean systems. 73 p.
92
Reed, Austin, et al. c1996. Goose use of the coastal habitats of northeastern James Bay. 35 p.
93
Vermeer, Kees, and Ken H. Morgan, eds. The ecology, status and conservation of marine and shoreline birds of the Queen Charlotte Islands. 150 p.
94
Dickson, D. Lynne, ed. c1997. King and Common eiders of the western Canadian Arctic. 75 p.
95
Dunn, Erica H., Michael D. Cadman and J. Bruce Falls, eds. c1995. Monitoring bird populations: the Canadian experience. 62 p.
96
Donaldson, Garry M, et al. c1997. Winter distribution of thick-billed murres from the eastern Canadian Arctic and western Greenland in relation to age and time of year. 26 p.
97
Alexander, Stuart A. and Cheri L. Gratto-Trevor. c1997. Shorebird migration and staging at a large prairie lake and wetland complex: the Quill Lakes, Saskatchewan. 47 p.
98
Kerbes, Richard H., Katherine M. Meeres and James E. Hines, eds. c1999. Distribution, survival, and numbers of lesser snow geese of the western Canadian Arctic and Wrangel Island, Russia. 120 p.
99
Fournier, Michael A. and James E. Hines. c1999. Breeding ecology of the Horned Grebe Podiceps auritus in subarctic wetlands. 32 p.
100
Goudie, R. Ian, Margaret R. Petersen and Gregory J. Robertson, eds. c1999. Behaviour and ecology of sea ducks. 88 p.
101
Johnston, Victoria H., Cheri L. Gratto-Trevor and Stephen T. Pepper. c2000. Assessment of bird populations in the Rasmussen Lowlands, Nunavut. 56 p.
102
Boyd, Hugh, ed. c2000. Population modelling and management of snow geese. 36 p.
103
Dickson, Katherine M., ed. c2000. Towards conservation of the biodiversity of Canada geese (Branta canadensis). 168 p.
104
Morrison, R.I.G., et al. c2000. Estimates of shorebird populations in North America. 63 p.
105
Chapdelaine, Gilles, et al. c2001. Status and population trends of the Razorbill in eastern North America. 21 p.
106
Gaston, A.J. c2002. Studies of high-latitude seabirds. 5, Monitoring thick-billed murres in the eastern Canadian Arctic, 1976-2000. 52 p.
107
Boyd, H., H. Lévesque and K.M. Dickson. c2002. Changes in reported waterfowl hunting activity and kill in Canada and the United States, 1985-1998. 24 p.
108
Scheuhammer, A.M., et al. c2003. Lead fishing sinkers and jigs in Canada: review of their use patterns and toxic impacts on wildlife. 48 p.
109
Mallory, Mark L. and Alain J. Fontaine. c2004. Key marine habitat sites for migratory birds in Nunavut and the Northwest Territories. 92 p.
110
Banash, Ursula and Geoff Holroyd, eds. 2004. The 1995 Peregrine Falcon survey in Canada. 43 p.
111
Didiuk, Andrew B. and Robert S. Ferguson. 2005. Land cover mapping of Queen Maud Gulf Migratory Bird Sanctuary, Nunavut. 32 p.
112
Hines, James E. and Myra O. Wiebe Robertson, eds. 2006. Surveys of geese and swans in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, western Canadian Arctic, 1989-2001. 72 p.
113
DesGranges, Jean-Luc and Alain Desrosiers. c2006. Breeding distribution and population trends of the Great Blue Heron in Quebec, 1977-2001. 28 p.
114
Latour, P.B., et al. 2008. Key migratory bird terrestrial habitat sites in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut, 3rd ed. 120 p.
115
Samelius, Gustaf, Ray T. Alisauskas and James E. Hines. c2008. Productivity of Lesser Snow Geese on Banks Island, Northwest Territories, Canada, in 1995-1998. 32 p.
116
DesGranges, Jean-Luc, Jean Rodrigue and Louise Champoux. 2009. Geographic distribution of selected contaminants in Great Blue Herons from the St. Lawrence River system, Québec (1989-1994). 18 p.
117
Johnston Victoria H. andStephen T. Pepper. 2009. The birds of Prince Charles Island and Air Force Island, Foxe Basin, Nunavut. 52 p.
118
Hines, J.E., P.B. Latour and C.S. Machtans. 2010. The effects on lowland habitat, breeding shorebirds and songbirds in the Banks Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary Number 1 by the growing colony of lesser snow geese (Chen caerulescens caerulescens). 40 p.
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Fontaine, Alain J. and Mark L. Mallory. 2011. Detection and classification of land cover classes of Southampton Island, Nunavut, using landsat ETM+ data. 104 p.


Canadian Wildlife Service Wildlife Management Bulletins
(All titles ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change)

Series 1 — Mammals
book cover1   Banfield, A.W.F., 1947. The mammals of Waterton Lakes National Park. Canadian Wildlife Service Wildlife Management Bulletin Series 1, Number 1. 48 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1947) 2   Fuller, W.A. 1951. Natural history and economic importance of the muskrat in the Athabasca-Peace Delta, Wood Buffalo Park. 82 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1951) book cover
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Soper, J. Dewey, 1951. The mammals of Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada. 24 p.
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Banfield, A.W.F. 1951. Populations and movements of the Saskatchewan timber wolf (Canis lupus knightii) in Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan, 1947 to 1951. 21 p.
book cover5   Soper, J.D. 1952. The mammals of Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan, Canada. 48 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1952) 6   Colls. D.G. 1952. Surveys of elk and other wildlife in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, 1950-51 and 1952. 25 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1952) book cover
book cover7   Soper, J.D. 1952. The mammals of Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada. 34 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1952) 8   Stevens, W.E. 1953. The northwestern muskrat of the Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories, 1947-48. 40 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1953) book cover
book cover9   Tener. J.S. 1954. A preliminary study of the muskoxen of Fosheim Peninsula, Ellesmere Island, Northwest Territories. 34 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1954) 10A  Banfield, A.W.F. 1954. Preliminary investigation of the barren-ground caribou. Part 1. Former and present distribution, migrations, and status. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1954) book cover
book cover10B  Banfield, A.W.F. 1954. Preliminary investigation of the barren-ground caribou. Part 2. Life history, ecology, and utilization. 35 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1954) 11  Fuller, William. 1955. Wolf control operations, Wood Buffalo National Park, 1951-52. 20 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1955) book cover
book cover12  Kelsall, John P. 1957. Continued barren-ground caribou studies. 148 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1957) 13  Webb, Robert. 1957. Range studies in Banff National Park, 1953. 24 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1957) book cover
book cover14  Loughrey, Alan G. 1959. Preliminary investigation of the Atlantic walrus (Oclobenus rosmarus rosmarus). 123 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1959) 15  Kelsall, John P. 1960. Co-operative studies of barren-ground caribou, 1957-58. 145 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1960) book cover
book cover16  William A. Fuller, William A. 1962. Reprinted 1966. The biology and management of the bison of Wood Buffalo National Park. 52 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1966) 17  Soper, J.D. 1961. The mammals of Manitoba. 51 p.
book cover18  Scotter, George W. 1964. Effects of forest fires on the winter range of barren-ground caribou in northern Saskatchewan. 111 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1964) 19  Blood, Donald A. 1966. Range relationships of elk and cattle in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba. 62 p. (2017, ©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Canada) book cover
Series 2 — Birds
1   Kelsall, J.P. 1950. A study of the bird populations in the apple orchards of the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. 69 p. 2   Soper, J.D. 1951. Waterfowl and related investigations in the Peace-Athabasca Delta region of Alberta. 63 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1951) book cover
book cover3   Soper, J.D. 1952. The birds of Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada. 60 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1952) 4   Soper, J.D. 1952. The birds of Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan. Canadian Wildlife Service Wildlife Management Bulletin Series 2, Number 4. 83 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1952) book cover
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Pimlott, D.H. 1952. The economic status of the herring gulls of the Grand Manan Archipelago, New Brunswick. 76 p.
book cover6   Soper, J.D. 1953. The birds of Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, Canada. 54 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1953)
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Soper, J.D. 1954. Waterfowl and other ornithological investigations in Yukon Territory, Canada, 1950. 55 p.
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Cowan, Ian McTaggart. 1955. Birds of Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. 66 p.
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Carter, Brian C. 1958. The American goldeneye in central New Brunswick. 47 p.
book cover10  Cooch, F.G. 1965. The breeding biology and management of the northern eider (Somateria mollissima borealis) in the Cape Dorset area, Northwest Territories. 68 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment)
Series 3 — Fish
1   Solman, V.E.F. 1950. Prince Albert National Park creel census analysis, season 1948. 29 p. 2   Solman, V.E.F. 1950. Limnological investigation of Fundy (New Brunswick) National Park, 1948. 48 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment) book cover
book cover3   Solman, V.E.F. 1951. Reprinted 1954. Limnological investigations in Cape Breton Highlands National Park, Nova Scotia, 1947. 49 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment) 4   Schultz, F.H. 1955. Investigation of the spawning of northern pike in Prince Albert National Park, 1953. 21 p.
book cover5   Cuerrier, J.-P. and F.H. Schutlz, 1957. Studies in lake trout and common whitefish in Waterton Lakes, Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. 41 p. (©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment)


National Museum of Canada Bulletins

book coverBanfield, A.W.F., 1958. Mammals of Banff National Park. National Museum of Canada Bulletin No. 159, Biological Series No. 57 53 p. Banfield, A.W.F., 1961. Notes on the Mammals of the Kluane Game Sanctuary, Yukon Territory. Reprint from National Museum of Canada Bulletin No. 172, Contributions to Zoology, 1959. 8 p. book cover
book coverCameron, Austin W., 1958. Canadian Mammals. National Museum of Canada 82 p.


Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conferences

Wildlife Management Papers Delivered at the Twenty-First to Twenty-Fourth Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conferences Held in Ottawa — 1957, St. John's — 1958, Ottawa — 1959, Regina — 1960 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1961)

1961 Wildlife Management Papers Delivered in Ottawa at the Twenty-Fifth Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1962)

Summary notes and papers of the Thirtieth Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Quebec, P.Q., July 12 to 14, 1966 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1966)

Transactions of the Thirty-first Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Ottawa, Ontario July 11 to 13, 1967 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1967)

Transactions of the Thirty-second Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Whitehorse, Y.T. July 9 to 11, 1968 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1968)

Transactions of the Thirty-third Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Edmonton, Alberta July 8-10, 1969 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1970)

Transactions of the Thirty-fourth Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories July 14-16, 1970 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, c1971)

Transactions of the Thirty-fifth Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Toronto, Ontario July 6 to 8, 1971 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1972)

Transactions of the Thirty-sixth Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia July 11 to 14, 1972 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1972)

Transactions of the Thirty-seventh Federal-Provincial Wildlife Conference held in Ottawa, Ontario July 9 to 12, 1973 (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment, 1974)


Additional Wildlife Reports

A description and analysis of wildlife mortality on transportation corridors in Jasper National Park, Canada (University of Alberta Libraries, 2002)

A survey of brucellosis and tuberculosis in bison in and around Wood Buffalo National Park, Canada (Stacy V. Tessaro, Lorry B. Forbes and Claude Turcotte, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v31, March 1990)

Alternatives for bison management in Banff National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 1989)

Analysis of pond food webs in the Whooping crane nesting area, Wood Buffalo National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 2002)

An analysis of memorable wildlife encounters in Elk Island National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 1999)

An Outbreak Of Tularaemia In Beaver And Muskrat In Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta (E.V. Langford, Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine and Veterinary Science, v18(1), January 1954)

Anthrax in bison in Wood Buffalo National Park (Eric Broughton, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v33(2), February 1992)

Anthrax in free-ranging bison in the Prince Albert National Park area of Saskatchewan in 2008 (Todd K. Shury, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v50(2), February 2009)

Aspects of the epidemiology of anthrax in Wood Buffalo National Park and environs (Robert S. Gainer and J. Robert Saunders, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v30(12), December 1989)

Assessing Potential Habitat and Carrying Capacity for Reintroduction of Plains Bison (Bison bison bison) in Banff National Park (Robin Steenweg, Mark Hebblewhite, David Gummer, Brian Low and Bill Hunt, PLoS One, 2016)

Augmentation of American Marten on Northern Cape Breton Island, Progress Report 2006-2008 (James Bridgland and Peter Austin-Smith, Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, January 2008)

Augmentation of American Marten on Northern Cape Breton Island, Progress Report 2009 (James Bridgland and Peter Austin-Smith, Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, March 2009)

Augmentation of American Marten on Northern Cape Breton Island, Progress Report 2010 (James Bridgland and Peter Austin-Smith, Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, February 2010)

Banff Bison Restoration: Summary of a Proposal by the Eleanor Luxton Historical Foundation (Eleanor Luxton Historical Foundation, September 8, 2010)

Behavioral ecology of sympatric wolves (Canis lupus) and coyotes (C. latrans) in Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba (University of Alberta Libraries, 1989)

Benthic Responses to Nitrogen and Phosphorus Deposition on Alpine Ponds in Banff National Park: A Replicated Whole-Ecosystem Experiment (University of Alberta Libraries, 2012)

Bird watchers of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario: their characteristics and activities, with special consideration to their social and resource impacts (University of Alberta Libraries, 1989)

Bovine tuberculosis in elk (Cervus elaphus manitobensis) near Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba, from 1992 to 2002 (V. Wayne Lees, Shelagh Copeland and Pat Rousseau, Candian Veterinary Journal, v44(1), Octoer 2003)

Brucellosis in Bison, Elk, and Moose in Elk Island National Park, Alberta, Canada (A.H. Corner and Robert Connell, Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine, v22(1), January 1958)

Canada's Wild Buffalo (Maxwell Graham and F.V. Seibert, Department of the Interior/North West Territories and Yukon Branch, 1923)

Consequences of a Refuge for the Predator-Prey Dynamics of a Wolf-Elk System in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada (Joshua F. Goldberg, Mark Hebblewhite and John Bardsley, PLos One, v9(3), 2014)

Conserving Borderline Species: A Partnership between the United States and Canada / La conservation de espèces transfrontalières: Un partenariat entre le Canada et les États-Unis (©Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2001)

Distribution and diversity of diatom assemblages in surficial sediments of shallow lakes in Wapusk National Park (Manitoba, Canada) region of the Hudson Bay Lowlands (Olivier Jacques, Frédéric Bouchard, Lauren A. MacDonald, Roland I. Hall, Brent B. Wolfe and Reinhard Pienitz, Ecology and Evolution, v6(13), July 2016)

Dynamics of ungulate populations in Elk Island National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 1995)

Ecology of the muskrat (Ondatra zibethicus spatulatus) on the Peace-Athabasca Delta, Wood Buffalo National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 1974)

Effects of habitat promotion on small mammal movement in Banff National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 2002)

Estimating Grizzly and Black Bear Population Abundance and Trend in Banff National Park Using Noninvasive Genetic Sampling (errata) (Michael A. Sawaya, Jeffrey B. Stetz, Anthony P. Clevenger, Michael L. Gibeau and Steven T. Kalinowski, PLos One, v7(5), 2012)

Evaluating terrestrial-aquatic linkages in the Canadian Rocky Mountains: Eiffel Lake and Sentinel Lake, Banff National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 2011)

Fact Sheets:
The boreal caribou recovery strategy / Programme de rétablissement du caribou boréal (Environment Canada, 2012)
The Piping Plover in Eastern Canada / Le Pluvier siffleur dans l'est du Canada (Environment Canada, 2009)
The Greater Sage-Grouse / Le tétras des armoises (Environment Canada, 2013)

Field Check List of Birds, Prince Edward Island (Prince Edward Island Department of Tourism, Parks and Conservation, undated)

Game Preservation in the Rocky Mountains Forest Reserve Forestry Branch Bulletin No. 51 (W.N. Millar, Forestry Branch, 1915)

Genetic connectivity for two bear species at wildlife crossing structures in Banff National Park (Michael A. Sawaya, Steven T. Kalinowski and Anthony P. Clevenger, Proc. Biol. Sci., v281(1780), April 7, 2014)

Herbivory interactions between beaver (Castor canadensis) and elk (Cervus elaphus) on willow (Salix spp.) in Banff National Park, Alberta (University of Alberta Libraries, 2001)

Increasing Mercury in Yellow Perch at a Hotspot in Atlantic Canada, Kejimkujik National Park (errata) (Brianna Wyn, Karen A. Kidd, Neil M. Burgess, R. Allen Curry and Kelly R. Munkittrick, Environmental Science & Technology, v44(23), December 2010)

Infection of cattle with Brucella abortus biovar 1 isolated from a bison in Wood Buffalo National Park (L.B. Forbes and S.V. Tessaro, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v37(7), July 1996)

Is the Migratory Behavior of Montane Elk Herds in Peril? The Case of Alberta's Ya Ha Tinda Elk Herd (Mark Hebblewhite, Evelyn H. Merrill, Luigi E. Morgantini, Clifford A. White, James R. Allen, Eldon Bruns, Linda Thurston and Tomas E. Hurd, extract from Wildlife Society Bulletin, 34(5), December 2010)

Learning from outbreaks of bovine tuberculosis near Riding Mountain National Park: Applications to a foreign animal disease outbreak (V. Wayne Lees, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v45(1), January 2004)

Managing Disease Risk in Northern Alberta Wood Bison - Outside of Wood Buffalo National Park 2015-2016 Progress Report (Alberta Environment and Parks, June 2017)

Managing fire for woodland caribou in Jasper and Banff National Parks (University of Alberta Libraries, 2007)

Movement of wolves (Canis lupus) in response to human development in Jasper National Park, Alberta (University of Alberta Libraries, 2004)

Notes on the Fauna of the Former Nemiskam National Park and Vicinity, Alberta excerpt from The Canadian Field-Naturalist Vol. 63. No. 6 (September-October 1949)

Plains Bison Restoration in the Canadian Rocky Mountains: Ecological and Management Considerations (Clifford A. White, E. Gwyn Langemann, C. Cormack Gates, Charles E. Kay, Todd Shury and Thomas E. Hurd, extract from Crossing Boundaries in Park Management: Proceedings of the 11th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands, ©The George Wright Society, 2001)

Planktonic and Epipelic Algal Communities and their Relationship to Physical and Chemical Variables in Alpine Ponds in Banff National Park, Canada (University of Alberta Libraries, 2005)

Recovery Strategy for the Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar), Inner Bay of Fundy Populations (Final) / Programme de rétablissement du saumon atlantique (Salmo salar), populations de l'intérieur de la baie de Fundy (version finale) (Fisheries and Oceans Canada, April 2010)

Recovery Strategy for the Northern Saw-whet Owl brooksi subspecies (Aegolius acadicus brooksi) in Canada / Programme de rétablissement de la Petite Nyctale de la sous-espèce brooksi (Aegolius acadicus brooksi) au Canada Species at Risk Act Recovery Strategy Series (Parks Canada, 2014, ©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of the Environment)

Recovery Strategy for the Woodland Caribou, Southern Mountain population (Rangifer tarandus caribou) in Canada / Programme de rétablissement du caribou des bois (Rangifer tarandus caribou) population des montagnes du Sud au Canada Species at Risk Act Recovery Strategy Series (2014, ©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of the Environment)

Recovery Strategy for the Wood Bison (Bison bison athabascae) in Canada / Programme de rétablissement du bison des bois (Bison bison athabascae) au Canada Species at Risk Act Recovery Strategy Series (2016, ©Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by the Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Canada)

Review of the diseases, parasites and miscellaneous pathological conditions of North American bison (Stacy V. Tessaro, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v30, May 1989)

Sea-birds of Bonaventure Island (Canadian Wildlife Service, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, 1973)

Selection of winter food by beavers at Elk Island National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 1986)

Susceptibility of Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep and domestic sheep to pneumonia induced by bighorn and domestic livestock strains of Pasteurella haemolytica (D.K. Onderka, S.A. Rawluk and W.D. Wishart, Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research, v24(4), October 1988)

The economic values of bird watching at Point Pelee National Park, Ontario (University of Alberta Libraries, 1989)

The Existing and Potential Importance of Brucellosis and Tuberculosis in Canadian Wildlife: A Review (Stacy V. Tessaro, Canadian Veterinary Journal, v27, March 1986)

The Political Economy of Bison Management in Wood Buffalo National Park (Patricia A. McCormack, extract from Arctic, Vol. 45 No. 4, December 1992)

Trends in the Distribution and Abundance of Bison in Wood Buffalo National Park (Ludwig N. Carbyn, Nicholas J. Lunn and Keven Timoney, extract from Wildlife Society Bulletin, Vol. 26 No. 3, Fall 1998)

Une question de survivance: le Caribou (Renne Arctique) (Canadian Wildlife Service, c1950, ©Her Majesty The Queen in Right of Canada, as represented by the Minister of Environment and Climate Change)

Using under-road tunnels to protect a declining population of long-toed salamanders (Ambystoma macrodactylum) in Waterton Lakes National Park (University of Alberta Libraries, 2011)

Visitor attitudes, perceptions, and knowledge concerning bears and bear management practices, Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada (University of Alberta Libraries, 1990)

Wildlife Management in National Parks, Past and Future (J. Masyk, PNAMCW 11:264-274, 1975)

Winter tick (dermacentor albipictus) ecology and transmission in Elk Island National Park, Alberta (University of Alberta Libraries, 1996)

Wood Bison Management Strategy for the Northwest Territories: 2010-2020 (Northwest Territories Environment and Natural Resources, undated)

Yield, use and chemical composition of forage in Elk Island National Park, Alberta (University of Alberta Libraries, 1981)


Parks Canada
(All titles ©Parks Canada)

book coverMunro, J.A., 1950. Birds of Canada's Mountain Parks. Parks Canada, 78 p. Stirrett, George M., 1960. The Spring Birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario. Parks Canada, 50 p. book cover
book coverStirrett, George M., rev. ed., 1973. The Spring Birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario. Parks Canada, 32 p. Stirrett, George M., 1973. The Summer Birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario. Parks Canada, 28 p. book cover
book coverStirrett, George M., 1973. The Autumn Birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario. Parks Canada, 36 p. Stirrett, George M., 1973. The Winter Birds of Point Pelee National Park, Ontario. Parks Canada, 28 p. book cover
book coverStirrett, George M., 1973. Les oiseaux d'hiver au Parc national de la Pointe Pelée. Parks Canada, 36 p. L.G.L. Limited, 1979. Birds of the Thousand Islands. Island Insights No. 4. Parks Canada, 17 p. book cover
book cover-----, 1979. Birds of Kejimkujik. Parks Canada, 12 p. -----, 1979. Oiseaux de Kejimkujik. Parks Canada, 12 p. book cover
book coverRockwell, Robert F., Kenneth F. Abraham, Christopher R. Witte, Paul Matulonis, Michael Usai, Drake Larsen, Fred Cooke, Diana Pollak and Robert L. Jefferies, 2009. The Birds of Wapusk National Park. Wapusk National Park of Canada Occasional Paper 1. 48 p. Rockwell, Robert F., Kenneth F. Abraham, Christopher R. Witte, Paul Matulonis, Michael Usai, Drake Larsen, Fred Cooke, Diana Pollak and Robert L. Jefferies, 2009. Les oiseaux du parc national Wapusk. Parc national du Canada Wapusk Document hors-série no 1. 48 p. book cover
book coverShury, T. K., Woodley, S. J., and Reynolds, H. W., 2006. Proceedings of the Bison Diseases Technical Workshop. October 28th & 29th, 2005, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta. 84 p. Parks Canada Agency, 2008. Proceedings of the Parks Canada Workshop on the Management of CWD: a first step to develop approaches to manage Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in the national parks of the prairie region. March 18 & 19, 2008, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 52 p. book cover
book coverVick, S. C., 1913. Classified guide to fish and their habitat in the Rocky Mountains Park. 24 p. Fleck, Susan and Steve Herrero, February 1988. Polar Bear: Conflicts with Humans. Contract Report No. 3. Parks Canada/NWT Department of Renewable Resources. 155 p. book cover
book coverSmith, Rosie, Matthew Smith, Clifford Paul and Chris Bellemore, 1 November 2015. Hyperabundant Moose Management Plan For North Mountain, Cape Breton Highlands National Park. Parks Canada. 39 p. Smith, Rosie, Matthew Smith, Clifford Paul et Chris Bellemore, 1er novembre 2015. Plan de gestion de la surpopulation d'originaux pour le mont North, parc national des Hautes-Terres-du-Cap-Breton. Parcs Canada. 43 p. book cover
book coverGreen, Hubert U., 1949. The Bighorn Sheep of Banff National Park. National Parks and Historic Sites Service. 68 p. Stelfox, John G., 1978. Seasonal Distribution of Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep in Canadian National Parks, 1966-1972. Canadian Wildlife Service for Parks Canada. 149 p. book cover


Other Parks Canada Wildlife Reports

Banff National Park Pika Monitoring 2013 Summary Report (Julie Timmins, Anne Forshner and Jesse Whittington, Parks Canada, December 2013)

Butterflies of Southern Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands (Parks Canada, undated)

Engaging Canadians: Ensuring badgers remain a vital part of the East Kootenays is the aim of an international, public-private sector partnership (Parks Canada, 2009)

Helping Fish Cross Roads (Parks Canada, 2011)

Multi-Species Occupancy Monitoring using Snow Surveys in Banff National Park (Jesse Whittington and Karsten Heuer, Parks Canada, June 2012)

Multispecies Snowtracking Surveys (Jesse Whittington, 2012)

Parks Canada sets its radar on helping Bats / Les chauves-souris sous le radar de Parcs Canada (Parks Canada, undated)

Pika Populations, Banff and Kootenay National Parks (Julie Timmins, 2014)

Recovery Strategy for the Massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) in Canada / Programme de rétablissement du massasauga (Sistrurus catenatus) au Canada Species at Risk Act Recovery Strategy Series/Série de programmes de rétablissement de la Loi sur les espèces en péril (Parks Canada 2015)

Resource Conservation, Banff Field Unit: Report from the Field — 2011 / Conservation des ressouces, Unité de gestion de Banff: Rapport des activités sur le terrain — 2011 (Parks Canada, 2012)

Rubber Boa Monitoring in Kootenay National Park (Larry Halverson, Parks Canada, 2005)

Species At Risk and Canada's Mountain National Parks (Parks Canada, 2008)

Status of Bats (Chiroptera) in 2013, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada (Greg Horne, Parks Canada, March 31, 2013)

Summary of Songbird Trends in Banff National Park: 2007 to 2011 (Jesse Whittington and Anne Forshner, Parks Canada, January 2014)

Survey of the Fish Assemblages of St. Lawrence Islands National Park in 2005 (Parks Canada, 2006)


Species at Risk Success Stories

A Little Beauty on the Barrens / La belle des landes (Parks Canada, undated)

A Needle in a Haystack / Une aiguille dans une botte de foin (Parks Canada, undated)

Back from the Brink / Elle revient de loin (Parks Canada, undated)

Banding Together to Protect Shoreline Habitat / Tous ensemble pour la protection des habitats riverains (Parks Canada, undated)

Bridging the divide in Nunavut / Un fossé à combler au Nunavut (Parks Canada, undated)

Building cultural bridges on the East Coast / Bâtir des ponts culturels sur la côte Est (Parks Canada, undated)

Collaboration in Action / La collaboration en action (Parks Canada, undated)

Doing the Groundwork / Préparer le terrain (Parks Canada, undated)

Doing the Groundwork Together / Préparer le terrain ensemble (Parks Canada, undated)

Evaluating the Elusive Eel / Enquête sur une anguille mystérieuse (Parks Canada, undated)

Eyes and Hands for Species at Risk / Des mains et des yeux service des espèces en péril (Parks Canada, undated)

Finding a Natural Refuge / Un refuge naturel protégé (Parks Canada, undated)

Getting to Know the 'Big Bad Wolf' / Loup où es-tu? Loup que fais-tu? (Parks Canada, undated)

Grazing the Grasslands / Paître dans la prairie (Parks Canada, undated)

Heading up the River / La remontée de la rivière (Parks Canada, undated)

It takes a village / Tous ensemble (Parks Canada, undated)

Land of the Lizard / L'iguane dans sa demeure (Parks Canada, undated)

Learning together / Apprendre ensemble (Parks Canada, undated)

Long distance travellers / La grande voyageuse (Parks Canada, undated)

Parks Canada Gives Snakes a Break / Parcs Canada donne un répit au massasauga (Parks Canada, undated)

Peregrine Falcons make Pukaskwa their home again / Les faucons pèlerins sont de retour à Pukaskwa (Parks Canada, undated)

Piping Plovers rediscover Gros Morne National Park / Un pour tous. tous pour un! (Parks Canada, undated)

Piping Up for the Piping Plover / Un pour tous, tous pour un! (Parks Canada, undated)

Protecting Prairie Landscapes / La protection des plaines herbacées des Prairies (Parks Canada, undated)

Return of the King? / Le retour du roi? (Parks Canada, undated)

Saving the Ice Age Grass / Le sauvetage d'une graminée de l'ère glaciaire (Parks Canada, undated)

Sharing the Plains Bison's Home on the Range / Cohabiter avec le bison des plaines (Parks Canada, undated)

Sowing the seeds of a savannah / Semer les graines d'une savane (Parks Canada, undated)

Stopping to Refuel on a Global Migration / Faire le plein en route vers l'autre bout du monde (Parks Canada, undated)

Teaming up for Species at Risk / Collaborer pour sauver les espèces en péril (Parks Canada, undated)

Tiny prey, Giant predators / Étudier les plus petits, pour comprendre les géants (Parks Canada, undated)

When is an Island Not an Island? / Qui a dit qu'une île est un monde en soi? (Parks Canada, undated)

Woodland Caribou / Le caribou des bois (Parks Canada, undated)


Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project (Website)

Kasworm, W. F., H. Carriles, and T. G. Radandt. 2007. Cabinet-Yaak grizzly bear recovery area 2006 research and monitoring progress report. United States Fish and Wildlife Service. Grizzly Bear Recovery Coordinator's Office. Missoula, MT, USA.

Kasworm, W.F., M. Proctor, C. Servheen, and D. Paetkau. 2007. Success of brown/grizzly bear augmentation in Northwest Montana. Journal of Wildlife Management 71:1261-1266.

Kasworm, W.F., H. Carriles, T.G. Radandt, M. Proctor, and C. Servheen. 2009. Cabinet-Yaak grizzly bear recovery area 2008 research and monitoring progress report. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Missoula, MT, USA. 76pp.

Proctor, M.F., 2003. Genetic analysis of movement, dispersal and population fragmentation of grizzly bears in southwestern Canada. PhD Thesis. University of Calgary. 147 pp.

Proctor, M.F., C. Servheen, S. Miller, W. Kasworm, and W. Wakkinen. 2004. A comparative analysis of management options for grizzly bear conservation in the U.S.-Canada trans-border area. Ursus 15:145-160.

Proctor, M., C. Servheen, W. Kasworm, and W. Wakkinen. 2005a. South Purcell-Yaak and south Selkirk ecosystem grizzly bear mortality summary. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M., B.N. McLellan, C. Strobeck, and R. Barclay. 2005b. Genetic analysis reveals demographic fragmentation of grizzly bears yielding vulnerably small populations. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London. 272:2409-2416.

Proctor, M., J. Boulanger, S. Nielson, W. Kasworm, C. Servheen and T. Radandt. 2007a. Abundance and density of Central Purcell, South Purcell and Yahk Grizzly Bear Population Units in southeast British Columbia. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M.F., C. Servheen, W.F. Kasworm, and T. Radandt. 2007b. Transborder Purcell and Selkirk Mt.Grizzly Bear Project, Annual Report 2007. The Canadian Edition. Unpublished report. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M, C. Servheen, W. Kasworm, and T. Radandt. 2008a. Grizzly bear linkage enhancement plan for the Highway 3 corridor in the south Purcell Mountains of British Columbia. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Proctor, M., C, Servheen, W. Kasworm, and T. Radandt. 2008b. Habitat security for grizzly bears in the Yahk Grizzly Bear Population Unit of the south Purcell Mts. of southeast BC. The Trans-border Grizzly Bear Project. Kaslo, BC.

Wakkinen, W.L., and W.F. Kasworm. 1997. Grizzly bear and road density relationships in the Selkirk and Cabinet-Yaak recovery zones. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Missoula, Montana, USA.

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