Canadian Shorebird Conservation Plan - Special Publications
Canada's national biodiversity strategy calls on government and other stakeholders to attack the causes of biodiversity loss at their source and prevent further endangerment of species. Certainly there is cause for concern for Canadian shorebird species. Fully two-thirds of Canada's shorebird populations show downward trends according to survey data. The plan's vision is for healthy populations of shorebirds to be distributed across their range and diversity of habitats in Canada and throughout their global range. The plan thus recognizes the need to collaborate internationally as well as regionally and locally. The Canadian Shorebird Conservation Plan has five goals designed to fulfill the needs for research, monitoring, and evaluation as well as conservation, communication, and international linkages. The plan's vision is for healthy populations of shorebirds to be distributed across their range and diversity of habitats in Canada and throughout their global range.
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Author: Environment Canada
Language of Document: Separate English/French
Document Type: Plan
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