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Bibliography


ELK

 

Author: Cannings, Sydney G. Title: Rare amphibians, reptiles and mammals of British Columbia [microform]
Location: Microforms Centre/Fiche Call Number: J103 C3M5 99-06126 Published: Victoria : Ministry of Environment, Lands & Parks, Wildlife Branch ; Resources Inventory Branch, 1999. Description: 190 p. : maps.

 

Vancouver Island Elk – animal and use characteristics
Ministry of the Environment
D.W. Janz, Min. Enviro, Nanaimo, BC v9t 4p7
D.Q. Becker, Min. Enviro, Campbell River, BC v9w 2c3   

 

VI WOLF

 

Record Hugh Wolf Pack Density
L David Mech and Shawn Tracy 2004
Canadian Field Naturalist 118(1): 127-9   

 

A Rationale for wolf control in the management of the Vancouver Island predator-ungulate system.
D. Janz and I. Hattr
1986 BC Ministry of the Environment

  

http://Kayakcrusades.ca/wolves.htm
Vancouver Island Wolf Information Page

 

COUGAR

 

Cougar Information Page

http://Kayakcrusades.ca/cougars.htm


North Island cougar ecology project: final report
Robinson H. 1998

 

Forest Renewal BC Wildlife/Wildlife Habitat Inventory Program 39pp
Victoria, BC 

        

Cougar Facts
Canadian Geographic Magazine
http://Canadiangeographic.ca/magazine/mj04/indepth/justthefacts.asp

 

Inventory Methods for Wolf and Cougar
Standards for Components of BC’s biodiversity No 34
Resource Inventory Branch, Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks
June 15, 1998 Version 2.0

 

Wildlife News and Views “The Cougar”
Angela Weibe, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society
Spring 2003, Vancouver BC

 

SEA OTTERS

 

Parasite in cats killing sea otters
NOAA Magazine No. 72 NOAA research dept.
Calfornia, USA

http://Seatoskyexpeditions.com/kayaking-with-sea-otters.php


Pacific Otters in Nuchalitz Inlet

Sea Otter Recovery on Vancouver Island’s West Coast
http://www.oceanlink.island.net

 

Sea Otters and the Role of Provincial Protected Areas in Recovery
Doug Biffard


Protected species at risk 2004 “Pathways to Recovery Conference”
March, 2004 Victoria, BC

 

GREAT BLUE HERON

 

Ecosystem Information – Great Blue Heron
http://Ecoinfo.org/env_ind/region/herons/heron_e.cfm

 

The Pacific Estuary Conservation Program (PECP), Canada
The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands
http://Ramsar.org/award/key_awards99_interview_pecp.htm

 

TRUMPETER SWAN

 

Sowing Seeds for the Future
Flyway Western Region Newsletter
Ducks Unlimited Canada
Vol 28 no. 2 2007

 

Ecosystem information – Trumpeter Swan
http://Ecoinfo.org/env_ind/region/swan/swan_e.cfm

 

The winter distribution of trumpeter swans in relation to breeding areas: the first neckband study, 1972-1981
Environmental Studies at Airlie. The Swan Research Program
Warrenton Virginia

 

Some aspects of the winter feeding ecology of trumpeter swans at Port Alberni and Comox Harbour, BC
Richard McKelvey
1971, Simon Fraser University

 

BLACK BEAR

 

Black Bears in BC – Ecology, Conservation and Management
BC Min. Environment, Lands, and Parks 2001

 

Uptake of salmon derived nitrogen in mosses and liverworts of coastal BC
Wilkinson, C.E., Hocking, M.D., Reimchen, T.E.
Oikos, 2005 Vol. 108 no. 1 pg 85-98

 

Ursus americanus
American Society of Mammologists
No. 647 pp 1-11. Jan, 2001

 

NORTHERN PYGMY OWL

 

Status of the Vancouver Island Northern Pygmy Owl In BC
L.M. Darling
BC Min. Water, Land, Air protection – Biodiversity Branch
BC Min. Sustainable Resource Management – Conservation Data Centre
Wildlife Bulletin No. B-113 March 2003

 

BC Endangered Species – Northern Pygmy Owl
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/atrisk/toolintro.html

http://www.abheritage.ca/abnature/speciesatrisk/pygmy_owl_intro.htm


VANCOUVER ISLAND MARMOT

 

BC Endangered Species – Vancouver Island Marmot
http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/atrisk/toolintro.html

 

Vancouver Island Marmot
Information Package
BC Min. Environment, Land and Parks 1999

 

Vancouver Island Marmot Recovery Project
Mountain View Conservation and Breeding Centre
Fort Langley, BC 2008

 

The Vancouver  Island Marmot – Canada’s Most endangered species
The Marmot Recovery Foundation
Nanaimo BC, 2009

 

KILLER WHALE

 

Canada’s species at risk portal
Orca endangered status

http://sararegistry.gc.ca

 

Punta Norte Orca Research
http://www.pnor.org

 

Orca Social Organization
Orcalab, Hanson Island BC


Orca group information

Basic Biology and Life History of Southern Resident Killer Whales
Operations Criteria and Plan, US Bureau of Reclamation
US Department of the Interior 2008

 

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