A management plan identifies a set of coordinated conservation activities and land use measures needed to ensure, at a minimum, that target species or ecosystem do not become threatened or endangered. A management plan summarizes the best available science-based information on biology and threats to inform the development of a management framework. Management plans set goals and objectives, and recommend approaches appropriate for species or ecosystem conservation.
This series presents the management plans that are prepared as advice to the Province of British Columbia. Management plans are prepared in accordance with the priorities and management actions assigned under the British Columbia Conservation Framework. The Province prepares management plans for species? that may be at risk of becoming endangered or threatened due to sensitivity to human activities or natural events.
Direction set in the management plan provides valuable information on threats and direction on conservation measures that may be used by individuals, communities, land users, conservationists, academics, and governments interested in species and ecosystem conservation.
Mountain Goat Management Team. 2010. Management Plan for the Mountain Goat (Oreamnos americanus) in British Columbia. Ministry of Environment. Management Plan (Species at Risk)
Topic: Recovery Planning
Keywords: conservation framework, bc
Scientific Name: Oreamnos americanus
English Name: Mountain Goat
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