National Caribou Recovery Strategy is still a work in progress

 

National Caribou Recovery Strategy is still a work in progress
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The release of the draft National Caribou Recovery Strategy on Friday, August 26, was a milestone in a campaign to protect caribou under the federal Species at Risk Act (SARA) that has stretched out over five years.

Under the SARA, the federal government must develop a formal recovery strategy for all of Canada’s threatened and endangered species. This strategy must identify the species’ critical habitat (the habitat that it needs to survive or recover) based on the best available science, set population objectives and identify key threats and measures

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