Priority Places For Species at Risk: Projects

Priority Places For Species at Risk: Projects A priority place is an area of high biodiversity value that is seen as a distinct place with a common ecological theme by the people who live and work there. As part of the Pan-Canadian approach to transforming species at risk conservation in Canada, a total of 11 priority places were affirmed by federal, provincial and territorial governments in December, 2018. The places selected have significant biodiversity, concentrations of species at risk, and opportunities to advance conservation efforts. In each priority place, the federal and provincial or territorial governments are working with Indigenous Peoples, partners and stakeholders to develop conservation action plans. This dataset captures a small sample of the projects that are underway in these Priority Places. Over time, it will be expanded to include more projects. Some projects span various areas of a Priority Place, but are reflected in this dataset as a single center point. This dataset is not to be used for legal purposes. 2022-03-30 Environment and Climate Change Canada ec.lp-pp.ec@ec.gc.ca Government and PoliticsNature and EnvironmentScience and TechnologyPriority PlacePan-Canadian approachSpecies at RiskMigratory BirdsBiodiversityCanada Nature FundConservation Action PlanKespukwitk / Southwest Nova ScotiaNova ScotiaWolastok / Saint John RiverNew BrunswickPEI Forested LandscapePrince Edward IslandSt Lawrence LowlandsQuebecLong Point Walsingham ForestOntarioMixed Grass PrairieManitobaSouth of the DivideSaskatchewanSummit to SageAlbertaDry Interior British ColumbiaBritish ColumbiaSouthwest British ColumbiaYukon South BeringiaYukonEnvironmentEndangered speciesBoundariesProtect Species Well-BeingPlans and Reports for Species Priority PlacesFGDB/GDB https://data-donnees.ec.gc.ca/data/species/plansreports/priority-places-for-species-at-risk/FR/LieuxPrioritaires.gdb.zip Priority PlacesFGDB/GDB https://data-donnees.ec.gc.ca/data/species/plansreports/priority-places-for-species-at-risk/EN/PriorityPlaces.gdb.zip Priority Places: ProjectsESRI REST https://maps-cartes.ec.gc.ca/arcgis/rest/services/CWS_SCF/PriorityPlaces/MapServer/0 Priority Places: ProjectsESRI REST https://maps-cartes.ec.gc.ca/arcgis/rest/services/CWS_SCF/LieuxPrioritaires/MapServer/0 Priority Places: ProjectsWMS https://maps-cartes.ec.gc.ca/arcgis/services/CWS_SCF/PriorityPlaces/MapServer/WMSServer?request=GetCapabilities&service=WMS Priority Places: ProjectsWMS https://maps-cartes.ec.gc.ca/arcgis/services/CWS_SCF/LieuxPrioritaires/MapServer/WMSServer?request=GetCapabilities&service=WMS

A priority place is an area of high biodiversity value that is seen as a distinct place with a common ecological theme by the people who live and work there. As part of the Pan-Canadian approach to transforming species at risk conservation in Canada, a total of 11 priority places were affirmed by federal, provincial and territorial governments in December, 2018. The places selected have significant biodiversity, concentrations of species at risk, and opportunities to advance conservation efforts. In each priority place, the federal and provincial or territorial governments are working with Indigenous Peoples, partners and stakeholders to develop conservation action plans.

This dataset captures a small sample of the projects that are underway in these Priority Places. Over time, it will be expanded to include more projects. Some projects span various areas of a Priority Place, but are reflected in this dataset as a single center point. This dataset is not to be used for legal purposes.

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Administrative Area: Quebec

Postal Code: J8Y 3Z5

Country: Canada

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