Atlantic Canada Nocturnal Owl Survey

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Atlantic Canada Nocturnal Owl Survey
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Bird Studies Canada: Bird Studies Canada (BSC) is Canada's national bird conservation organization. Its mission is to advance the understanding, appreciation and conservation of wild birds and their habitats through studies that engage the skills, enthusiasm and support of volunteers, members, staff and the interested public. BSC conducts a wide range of local, regional, national and international programs, dependant upon the active involvement of thousands of volunteer "Citizen Scientists", guided by a small group of professional scientists.


New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources: The New Brunswick Department of Natural Resources defines the objectives for Crown land management in the province. Objectives for six habitat types have been defined for NB's Crown land . The Barred Owl has been used to help define one of these habitats, Old Tolerant Hardwood Habitat. As a result, the Barred Owl has been listed as an Indicator of Sustainable Forest Management by the DNR. Monitoring the Barred Owl in NB is therefore of considerable importance to forest managers and conservationists in the province.


Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry: The Forests, Fish and Wildlife Division of the Prince Edward Island Department of Agriculture and Forestry manages close to 31,000 hectares of publicly-owned land. Some of these lands are designated as Wildlife Management Areas, Natural Areas and Provincial Forests. Within this Division, the Fish and Wildlife Program is responsible for the conservation and management of the Island's wildlife resources, including the preservation, maintenance and restoration of habitat and the enforcement of legislation related to the protection of species and habitat.


New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund: The New Brunswick Wildlife Trust Fund has been established to fund a range of programs for the enhancement of New Brunswick's wildlife, fish and their habitats. The main source of revenue is from a conservation fee on hunters, anglers, and fur harvesters licences. Other conservation-supporting New Brunswickers can contribute by purchasing the special Conservation licence plates or by becoming an "Supporter". Money was also received from Maritime Road Development Corporation to compensate for environmental impacts on watercourses.


Shell Environmental Fund: At Shell Canada, we believe that finding solutions for today's environmental challenges takes the commitment and ideas of all Canadians. We are very proud of the Shell Environmental Fund and the more than $12 million we have contributed to help individuals and groups make a positive contribution to the environment.




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