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Recovery Strategy for the Short-tailed Albatross (Phoebastria albatrus) and Pink-footed Shearwater (Puffinus creatopus) in Canada (Proposed)


List of Figures and Tables

List of Tables

  • Table 1. Threat classification table – summary of at-sea threats facing the Short-tailed Albatross (STAL) and the Pink-footed Shearwater (PFSH) in Canada and elsewhere in their range
  • Table 2. Threat classification table – summary of threats facing the Short-tailed Albatross (STAL) and the Pink-footed Shearwater (PFSH) on the breeding grounds
  • Table 3. Recovery planning table
  • Table 4. List of general indicators of progress to assist in determining the extent that recovery is being achieved
  • Table 5. Schedule of studies to identify critical habitat

List of Figures

  • Figure 1. Map of the west coast of Canada showing places and marine areas referred to in the text
  • Figure 2. Distribution of Short-tailed Albatross sightings in Canada and adjacent waters (1960-2004)
  • Figure 3a. Track line of a hatch year (< 1 year old) Short-tailed Albatross along the west coast of North America, during November 2003
  • Figure 3b. Track line of a hatch year Short-tailed Albatross throughout the Gulf of Alaska and along the west coast of North America, during the summer and fall of 2006
  • Figure 4. Distribution of Pink-footed Shearwater sightings in Canada and adjacent waters during spring (1982-2006)
  • Figure 5. Distribution of Pink-footed Shearwater sightings in Canada during summer (1982-2006)
  • Figure 6. Distribution of Pink-footed Shearwater sightings in Canada during fall (1982-2006)
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