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Wildlife survey of the Antelope Creek habitat development area - 2007

Jennifer E. Carpenter

Wildlife survey of the Antelope Creek habitat development area - 2007

by Jennifer E. Carpenter

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Published by Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish & Wildlife Division, Species At Risk in Edmonton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wildlife habitat improvement -- Alberta,
  • Animals -- Alberta -- Surveys,
  • Endangered species -- Alberta,
  • Habitat conservation -- Alberta,
  • Wildlife conservation -- Alberta

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJennifer Carpenter, Joel Nicholson.
    GenreSurveys
    SeriesAlberta species at risk report -- no. 118
    ContributionsNicholson, Joel., Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSK471.A3 C37 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 20, [9] p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23865118M
    ISBN 100778570134, 0778570142
    ISBN 109780778570134, 9780778570141
    LC Control Number2009367314

    FOTG-Section II - Wildlife Evaluation Guide Sheets FIELD OFFICE TECHNICAL GUIDE Section II Soil and Site Information. E. Wildlife Habitat Evaluation Guide Sheets (WHEGS). Conscientious Wildlife Stewardship and Habitat Development: One Community feels that modeling ethical, humane, and proactive wildlife stewardship is essential and for The Highest Good of All in today’s world of diverse needs. We anticipate many cultures and communities globally and for the predictable future will continue to choose harvesting wildlife for food .

    The Antelope Creek Ranch (ACR) is located several miles west of Brooks, Alberta and is managed cooperatively in partnership with the Alberta Fish and Game Association (AFGA), Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC), Alberta Sustainable Resource Development – Fish and Wildlife Division - and Wildlife Habitat Canada (WHC).   On the Antelope Creek Ranch, it’s a mix of the Alberta government, the Alberta Fish and Game Association, Ducks Unlimited Canada and Wildlife Habitat Canada that work together to manage a 6, Author: Barb Glen.

    Subjects: Alberta Animals Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area (Alta.) Endangered species Habitat conservation Surveys Wildlife conservation Wildlife habitat improvement Invasion of north american beaver (Castor canadensis) in the province of Magallanes, southern Chile: comparison between dating sites through interviews with the local. Inventory Unit Name/Number: Antelope Creek OR For this exercise BLM refers to the unit as Antelope Creek OR 1) Is the unit of sufficient si ze? Yes X No The unit is comprised of 23, acres and does meet the size criteria. Description.


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Wildlife survey of the Antelope Creek habitat development area - 2007 by Jennifer E. Carpenter Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area (ACHDA) provided funding for the wildlife survey. Fieldwork was conducted under an Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division Research Permit (# ).

"March " "Alberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish & Wildlife, Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area" -- t.p Includes bibliographical references. A project of the University of Toronto Libraries in partnership with the library and archives community in Canada.

The Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area (ACHDA) was established in through a multi-agency partnership. Alberta Fish and Wildlife Division, Wildlife Habitat Canada, Ducks Unlimited Canada and the Alberta Fish and Game Association were the purchasing partners of the Antelope Creek Ranch.

ACHDA is located in southern Alberta, west of Brooks. Wildlife survey of the Antelope Creek habitat development area - / By Jennifer.

Carpenter, Joel. Nicholson and Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area (Alta Author: Jennifer. Carpenter, Joel. Nicholson, Alberta. Wildlife survey of the Antelope Creek habitat development area - / By Jennifer.

Carpenter, Joel. Nicholson and Alberta. Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. Wildlife habitat improvement. Antelope Creek Ranch Habitat Development Area and in particular Neal Wilson and Shannon Burnard for the continued desire and willingness to participate in wildlife and rangeland research.

This openness has allowed for further contribution toward enhancement and maintenance of wildlife habitat in southern Alberta. The Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area (ACHDA) is a 5,acre working ranch located twelve miles west of Brooks, Alberta and is managed as a partnership between Alberta Fish and Game Association, Wildlife Habitat Canada, Ducks Unlimited Canada and.

Fisheries Branch -- Stream Inventory Reports Documents CDFW stream reports that document the current habitat conditions and recommend options for the potential enhancement of habitat.

Category also includes CDFW Watershed Assessment reports completed by the Coastal Watershed Planning and Assessment Program from to 4 = Enhanced water availability and water quality on evaluation area for wildlife (guzzlers, spring development, wells, livestock exclusion, When planning for wildlife, habitat with diverse plant communities is almost always preferred.

and other wildlife all compete for the available food. When food is adequate in quantity, but of. Welcome to Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area The Antelope Creek is a success story that dates back to It is a showcase of how ranching and grazing, irrigation, oil and gas and wildlife and the habitat it depends on can work together for the benefit of all.

Read more about Wildlife survey of the Antelope Creek habitat development area - Wildlife guidelines for land use activities in areas 3 and 4 of the southwest region Septem ;University of Alberta copy of the map is bound in;2 Wildlife habitat improvement, Animals, Endangered species, Habitat conservation, Wildlife conservation.

Antelopes constitute a fundamental part of ecosystems throughout Africa and Asia where they act as habitat architects, dispersers of seeds, and prey for large carnivores.

The fascication they hold in the human mind is evident from prehistoric rock paintings and ancient Egyptian art to today's wildlife documentaries and popularity in zoos. In recent years. Research activities on Antelope Creek. Introduction The land base on Antelope Creek Ranch, or Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area (ACHDA) as it is officially known, is managed to provide productive plant cover for livestock and wildlife, and adequate nest cover for waterfowl on Mixed Grass prairie and wetland margins.

Read more about Oldman River Dam wildlife habitat mitigation program, Pincher Creek, Alberta: final report: summary of the implementation phase () Oldman River Dam wildlife habitat mitigation program: preliminary survey of wetland habitat projects, "Specializing in Managing and Developing Fish and Wildlife Populations and their Habitats and Providing Land Management Services so you can get the most Enjoyment and Profitability out of your Property" ESTABLISHED Wildlife survey of the Antelope Creek habitat development area - by Carpenter, Jennifer; Nicholson, Joel; Alberta.

Alberta Sustainable Resource Development Alberta Sustainable Resource Development. texts. eye favorite 0 comment 0 "March " Topics: Wildlife habitat improvement, Animals, Endangered species, Habitat. Invasive Plant Survey The east side of Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area (ACHDA) has been heavily impacted by industrial activities such as oil and gas lease sites, pipelines, roads, irrigation and power lines.

These activities have provided an opportunity for exploitation by non-native grass species and other weed species. (Figure 1). The preliminary results indicate pronghorn antelope were generally inhabiting areas with habitat characteristics in proportion to its availability.

An exception was found inwhen pronghorn selected summer ranges that had a significantly higher density of well sites than the available ranges. Fencing does not restrict antelope movement. Sections of fences are modified to provide for antelope passage.

Fencing restricts antelope movement SCORING FOR PRONGHORN HABITAT. Component Bench Mark After Plan .- If you recently purchased a property or you’ve owned it for years and want to add habitat, I can help. Whether you want to grow big bucks, flush large groups of pheasants or cubbies of quail, have a vast population of small game or you want to attract waterfowl, I will work with you and your goals to design the best habitat possible on your property.Welcome to Antelope Creek Habitat Development Area.

The Antelope Creek is a success story that dates back to It is a showcase of how ranching and grazing, irrigation, oil and gas and wildlife and the habitat it depends on can work together for the benefit of all.