The Strategy for Recovery of Mountain Caribou is a document for planning recovery actions for the mountain caribou, an arboreal lichen-winter feeding ecotype of the woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) found primarily in southeastern British Columbia. The strategy is intended to support a National Recovery Strategy for woodland caribou. The national strategy will include but is not limited to mountain caribou. It is the first part of a two-part National Recovery Plan for Woodland Caribou; the local population-specific Recovery Action Plans is the second part. Section 1 of the strategy provides the introduction and background information. Section II covers evaluation of conservation status. Section III outlines 20 provincial recovery approaches and recovery actions. Section IV discusses recovery strategy implementation.
Mountain Caribou Technical Advisory Committee. 2002. A Strategy for the Recovery of Mountain Caribou in British Columbia. Ministry of Water, Land and Air Protection. BC Recovery Strategy (Species at Risk). RP2
Topic: Recovery Planning
Keywords: conservation, species status, species at risk, recovery planning, bc
Scientific Name: Rangifer tarandus
English Name: Caribou
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