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Recovery Strategy for Cultus Pygmy Sculpin (Proposed)

5. Habitat Protection

There are no habitat protection provisions specifically for Cultus pygmy sculpin, however, the species likely benefits from existing legislation (Fisheries Act) that protects fish habitat generally. Approximately 92% of the shoreline of Cultus Lake is within Cultus Lake Provincial Park and Cultus Lake Municipal Park. These parks extend to upland areas (Figure 2).