FURBEARERS

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Furbearers is a broad category of species, including rabbits, bears, wolves, beavers and wolverines.

In this video you will learn about:

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

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A closer look at the Winter Furbearer Ground Track Surveys

The Furbearer Ground Track Surveys will take place this winter for the federal Impact Assessment (IA) and provincial Environmental Assessment (EA) for Marten Falls First Nation’s proposed All-Season Community Access Road. For the winter furbearer ground track surveys, crews will conduct two rounds of surveys for five days each between January and March.

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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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