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Consultation on adding two species to SARA : “Eastslope” sculpin & Grass pickerel

Part 3:  Let us know what you think

By answering the following questions you will help the federal government understand the benefits and impacts of adding the two aquatic species – “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations) and grass pickerel - to the SARA List.

Please fill out the questionnaire that follows and send us your answers either by mail

Central and Arctic Region
SARA Coordinator
Freshwater Institute
Fisheries & Oceans Canada
501 University Avenue
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3T 2N6

 

by fax                           (204) 983-5192

 

or by e-mail                 fwisar@dfo-mpo.gc.ca

 

 

The deadline for receiving comments is Dec 31, 2005.

 

For questions or comments concerning the Species at Risk Act or concerning this consultation process, please write to us at the address given above or call us at (204) 984-0599.

THANK YOU

Your name (optional): __________________________

Population of interest:  “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations)

What is your interest in “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations)?
(for example: fishing/hunting as a food source, tourism, guiding, research, etc.)

 

1)  Are you in favour of the Government of Canada adding the “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations) to the SARA List?

 Yes                       No

Why?

 

 

 

 

2a) Based on what you have learned about the Species at Risk Act, do you think adding “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations) to the SARA List would affect your activities?

 Yes                       No

 

b)   If “Yes”, do you see these effects as a cost or benefit to you, and in what way?

 

 

 

 

c) If you think adding “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations) to the SARA List will have a negative effect on you or your activities, can you suggest ways to reduce the impact?

 

 

 

 

3.   Do you think you could contribute to the conservation of “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations) as an individual or organization? Can you give a few examples of activities?

 

 

 

 

 

4.   To be effective, the recovery or conservation of a species at risk must be a cooperative process that includes organizations and individuals with knowledge of the population and the threats it faces.  Please tell us which organizations or individuals you feel should be involved in the recovery or conservation of “Eastslope” sculpin (St. Mary and Milk river populations)?

 

 

 

 

 

5.   Please add any other comments or concerns (include additional sheets, if necessary).

 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE SEND COMMENTS BY Dec 31, 2005


 

Your name (optional): __________________________

Population of interest:  grass pickerel

What is your interest in grass pickerel?
(for example: fishing/hunting as a food source, tourism, guiding, research, etc.)

______________________________________________________________________

 

1)  Are you in favour of the Government of Canada adding the grass pickerel to the SARA List?

 Yes                       No

Why?

 

 

 

 

 

2a) Based on what you have learned about the Species at Risk Act, do you think adding grass pickerel to the SARA List would affect your activities?

 Yes                        No

 

b)   If “Yes”, do you see these effects as a cost or benefit to you, and in what way?

 

 

 

 

c)  If you think adding grass pickerel to the SARA List will have a negative
effect on you or your activities, can you suggest ways to reduce the impact?

 

 

 

 

3.   Do you think you could contribute to the conservation of grass pickerel as an individual or organization? Can you give a few examples of activities?

 

 

 

 

 

4.   To be effective, the recovery or conservation of a species at risk must be a cooperative process that includes organizations and individuals with knowledge of the population and the threats it faces.  Please tell us which organizations or individuals you feel should be involved in the recovery or conservation of grass pickerel?

 

 

 

 

 

5.   Please add any other comments or concerns (include additional sheets, if necessary).

 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE SEND COMMENTS BY Dec 31, 2005

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