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Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve management plan

by Alberta. Alberta Environmental Protection

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Published by Alberta Environmental Protection in [Edmonton] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ecological reserves,
  • Natural areas,
  • Management,
  • Provincial parks and reserves

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination[9], 53, [11] p. :
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25904877M
    OCLC/WorldCa37197857

    Because of the graves located on site, the Kootenay Plains are significant for local Aboriginals. The unique grassland vegetation is protected by the nearby ecological reserve. Motorized vehicles in the reserve are prohibited. Also enjoy the 5km trail from the day use parking area to Siffleur Falls. This feedback will inform the development of the draft management plan for Kootenay National Park. Draft management plans will be posted for public review and further input once they are complete. The What We Heard document is a summary of the comments collected during the first round of public consultations in the spring of

      This hike is located within the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve which encompasses approximately 34 square kilometres of the North Saskatchewan River valley south of Abraham Lake.   In this episode, we hike the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve to the Siffleur River Falls and Canyon. The views were incredible but a bit much for this old man with arthritis.

    Management plans What is a management plan. Management plans are an essential tool in managing any open space. They identify the important elements of the wildlife and nature conservation and give a framework and co-ordination to the management required to protect these features.   Mountain Lake House Plans Architectural Drawings Crocker Mountain Unit Management Plan. Adopted April Lake Kootenay Plains PRA Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve Si˜eur Wilderness Area North Saskatchewan River Whiterabbit Creek Whirlpool Point Loudon • Please contact the Rocky Mountain House District Office for.


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Alberta Environmental Protection. Publication date Pages: Getting There: The Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve is located on Highway 11 approximately 21 km east of Saskatchewan River Crossing and 62 km west of Nordegg.

The main access is at the Siffleur Falls Staging Area. Management: Alberta Parks. Protection Status:.

Background: The Kootenay Plains were visited by David Thompson in the early 's. The area has long been important to Aboriginal people; several sundance lodges are located on the plains. Birding: Although there hasn't been a systematic survey in the Ecological Reserve, 65 bird species may occur.

Species known or presumed to nest in the area include mallard, common goldeneye, American. Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve, located about km west of Rocky Mountain House, protects one of the best examples of montane habitat in all of Alberta.

Shielded within the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains, this unique grassland and forest mosaic is home to many species of rare plants, provides important habitat for wildlife and has. Alberta, Ecological reserves, Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve (Alta.), Management, Natural areas, Provincial parks and reserves Call Number SB C2 K66 AEU.

Background Paper 4: Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve Features Inventory. BP The Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve is located within the Montane Subregion of the Rocky Mountain Natural Region.

This subregion is characterized by chinooks and. is intermittently snow-free in the winter (for more on Chinooks see Background Paper 1). Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve established inis Alberta’s first ecological reserve. It is significant in at least.

four ways: 1. This site features a rare opportunity for visitors to discover and enjoy the province’s rare Montane Natural Subregion and the exceptional natural features of the Kootenay. Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve management plan.

By Alberta. Alberta Environmental Protection. Topics: Alberta, Ecological reserves, Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve (Alta.), Management. Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve protects one of the best examples of montane habitat in all of Alberta.

Shielded within the front ranges of the Rocky Mountains, this unique grassland and forest mosaic is home to many species of rare plants, provides important habitat for wildlife and has been a culturally significant area for thousands of years.

Valhalla Park Management Plan 2 The hectares Evans Lake Ecological Reserve, established inis situated within the park boundaries but is excluded from the park. Ecological reserves are managed under the Ecological Reserve Act and are dedicated to conservation and study purposes with very limited opportunities for recreation.

The nearby Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve protects an area that is significant for historical, native and environmental reasons while the Provincial Recreation Area provides a basecamp from where to explore it. The PRA is relatively small in size, covering only an area somewhat bigger than the campgrounds and day use area that are within it.

Read more about Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve management plan Plateau Mountain Ecological Reserve management plan January ;Includes bibliographical references;2 38 Located about an hour’s drive from Nordegg, Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve protects fragile montane habitat.

Here you’ll find plenty of grassland and forests, where many species of rare plants and other wildlife thrive. Grave sites in the area make the Kootenay Plains important to Indigenous. Columbia Lake Ecological Reserve Management Plan.

Posted Septem | Categories: 20,Management,Maps,Reports,SARA,Species List | Context. Designated by Order in Council # under the Ecological Reserve Act in and is presently listed and described in Schedule B of the Protected Areas of British Columbia Act.

Columbia Lake Ecological Reserve Management Plan. Posted Septem Columbia Lake Ecological Reserve is the only ecological reserve in the Kootenay Region that contributes to the representation of Interior Douglas-fir grasslands, a remnant ecosystem which contains essential habitat for numerous species at risk within the Columbia Valley.

Best Views Trails in Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve. photos. reviews Directions Print/PDF Map; Did the hike late April. Dress in layers & bring lots of water. Located just west of Nordegg. Plan for at least 6 hours of hiking if you want to take breaks. Tina Bartel Nickel on Allstones Lake Trail.

Kootenay Plains Heritage Trail. an Ecological Reserve in Besides hiking, one of Fordʼs greatest pleasures is taking care of the bluebird boxes, a feature prescribed by the management plan and a great motivator to make the five-hour drive many times a year.

“When I was a child up at Peace River, one day I saw a bluebird, and it was so beautiful,” she recalls. Floristic and rare plant survey of the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve () Includes bibliographical references;2 48 Alberta Environmental Protection, Corporate Management Service, Resource Data Division ; Geographic Dynamics Corp.

Pages. Subject heading(s) Rare plants, Endangered plants, Vegetation surveys, Ecological surveys. Section menu. Planning Plans and policies; Acts, regulations and guidelines; Plans and policies. Kootenay National Park Management Plan - (PDF, MB) Management Plan Highlights (PDF, KB) Public Input (PDF, KB).

The management plan replaces the version, and provides a road map for how Parks Canada will deliver its integrated mandate of protection. East Kootenay Emergency Program Plan Page 4 Scope The scope of the East Kootenay Emergency Management Plan is depicted in Fig. 1, page 5.

All rural communities, municipalities and First Nations within the boundaries of the Regional District are included in this plan. These plans remain in place, and are now (as of ) supported further by a Bighorn Backcountry Access Management Plan, developed with input from an Advisory Group and from the public at large.

Bighorn Backcountry is more than 5, sq. km. ( million acres) of public borders the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve. It contains more than.The specimen from this study was found along th e western boundary of the Kootenay Plains Ecological Reserve (52° 01' N, ° 28' W), located in the .Condition ratings are determined through on-going monitoring, surveys and other forms of feedback, gathered since the previous Kootenay National Park Management Plan was approved in Key indicators are grouped into six main themes: ecological integrity, cultural resources, external relations, Indigenous relations, visitor experience and.