Human-Wildlife Interactions -Jasper
Information regarding human-wildlife interactions in Jasper National Park is important to manage both human (eg. town residents, visitors) and wildlife needs (eg. area closures). Achieving this balance depends on data related, in part, on where animals have died or have been injured (eg highway, railway) and the many associated issues that impact wildlife behaviour (eg. grain spills, campground garbage) and that present a safety risk to humans (eg. Elk Spring calving and Fall rut). Data is collected year round providing information on seasonal trends and areas of conflict to facilitate management activities.
- Publisher - Current Organization Name: Parks Canada
- Licence: Open Government Licence - Canada
Data and Resources
Human-Wildlife Interactions -JasperCSVEnglish French dataset CSV
Human-Wildlife Interactions -Jasper - data dictionaryCSVEnglish French terminology CSV