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Report: Stikine Country Protected Areas Management Plan

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A detailed management plan for the following Stikine Country Protected Areas: Mount Edziza Provincial Park, Mount Edziza Protected Area (Proposed), Stikine River Provincial Park, Spatsizi Plateau Wilderness Provincial Park, Gladys Lake Ecological Reserve, Pitman River Protected Area, Chukachida Protected Area, Tatlatui Provincial Park

Author:  Skeena Region Environmental Division

Date Published:  Jan 2003

Report ID:  52958

Audience:  Government and Public

Report Type
  Terrestrial Information
  Parks - Natural Park Information
  Region - Skeena

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