Language selection

Search

Beaver Abundance - Riding Mountain Beavers are a key component of the Riding Mountain National Park ecosystems. The park surveys active beaver food caches by air in 30 habitat blocks every 3 years. These surveys have been conducted since 1973. 2018-04-18 Parks Canada Tim.Sallows@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentBeaver Abundancebeaver food cachesAerial SurveyManitoba Beaver Abundance - Riding MountainCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EWT0ZjhgS31GmL83Gjs_IbcBzHQs6iN2svuoEF_2zohMKg?e=Ju6Te9

Beaver Abundance - Riding Mountain

Beavers are a key component of the Riding Mountain National Park ecosystems. The park surveys active beaver food caches by air in 30 habitat blocks every 3 years. These surveys have been conducted since 1973.

Resources

Resource Name Resource Type Format Language Links
Beaver Abundance - Riding Mountain Dataset CSV English
French
Access

Geographic Information

Geographic Region Name:

Manitoba
Similar records