Collared Pika - Nahanni

Collared Pika - Nahanni Monitoring pika occupancy and persistence over time will help to assess the impacts of climate change and the ecological integrity of Alpine Tundra ecosystems within Nahanni National Park Reserve. Annual visual counts of active hay piles by foot as well as auditory surveys are used to assess pika populations. Collared Pika are listed as "Special Concern" species by COSEWIC. 2018-06-06 Parks Canada danielle.thompson@pc.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentCollared Pikahay pilesalpine tundraSpecial Concern SpeciesNorthwest TerritoriesNahanni Collared Pika - Nahanni - DataCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EfpHCf3UVkNPlenh5fZj5toBVKNdCq49AqlVN2BfI5IF5A?e=yysF9q Collared Pika - Nahanni - Data dictionaryCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EQZ4CwKX7yFDtZqkiq1-K74BeM6MBtFIo1qOeiDxwxjyMQ?e=P9CXNl

Monitoring pika occupancy and persistence over time will help to assess the impacts of climate change and the ecological integrity of Alpine Tundra ecosystems within Nahanni National Park Reserve. Annual visual counts of active hay piles by foot as well as auditory surveys are used to assess pika populations. Collared Pika are listed as "Special Concern" species by COSEWIC.

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Northwest Territories
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