Manitoba's declining Piping Plover population and the importance of special conservation areas
Keywords:piping plover, manitoba, conservation, biology, species at risk, endangered species, threatened species
Many endangered species have a spotty distribution where local and even entire provincial populations
can blink in and out depending on varying habitat and climatic conditions. a challenge for wildlife managers is to decide how long to continue protecting an area for a species at risk when it no longer uses the area. Such could be the case in manitoba for habitat no longer used by the beach-nesting Piping Plover (Charadrius melodus), listed as endangered both provincially and nationally
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