UNGULATES

Ungulates are hooved animals, including moose and caribou.

In this video you will learn about:

  • The importance of Indigenous Knowledge combined with western science 
  • What ungulates are and why we are studying them
  • What we’ve already learned about ungulates and 
  • How you can be involved 

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A closer look at the Ungulates Field Program

The Ungulates Field Program—to document and understand ungulates in the study area—is continuing for the federal Impact Assessment (IA) and provincial Environmental Assessment (EA) for Marten Falls First Nation’s proposed All-Season Community Access Road. We are currently tracking collared female adult caribou in the study area using GPS radio collars that we deployed in February and March 2021.

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Physiography, Geology, Terrain and Soils,

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Birds

Includes raptors, breeding birds, forest birds, shorebirds, waterfowl, bog/fen and other wetland birds & species at risk birds.

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Wildlife

Bats, amphibians and reptiles, furbearers, wolverines and pollinating insects.

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Land and Resource Use

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Human Health And Community Safety

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Aboriginal and Treaty Rights and Interests

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Climate Adaptation AND Resiliency

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Atmospheric Environment

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