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Recovery Strategy for the Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus urophasianus) in Canada

Appendices

Appendix A: Participants at the February 9 and 10, 2006 recovery strategy development workshop
ParticipantAffiliation
Barry AdamsAlberta Sustainable Resource Development, Public Lands and Forests Division, Range Management Branch
Bill BristolAgriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Administration
Dwight BunnellCoordinator, Sage-Grouse Conservation Planning Team, Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies
Krissy BushUniversity of Alberta
Jennifer CarpenterUniversity of Alberta
Diane CasimirCalgary Zoological Society
Jennifer ChandlerAlberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division
Dale EslingerAlberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division
Pat FargeyParks Canada Agency, Grasslands National Park of Canada
Guy GreenawayMistakis Institute of the Rockies
Ken LunglePerdix Professionals
Sue McAdamSaskatchewan Environment
Glen McMasterSaskatchewan Watershed Authority
Ron McNeilLandwise Inc.
Dave NaugleUniversity of Montana, Missoula
Joel NicholsonAlberta Sustainable Resource Development, Fish and Wildlife Division
Shelley PrussParks Canada Agency, Western and Northern Service Centre
Robert SissonsParks Canada Agency, Grasslands National Park of Canada
Jeff ThorpeSaskatchewan Research Council
Lorne VeitchSaskatchewan Agriculture and Food

 

Appendix B: Sage-grouse lek count data and population estimates in Alberta for 1968-2005
Year# Leks Checked# Active LeksTotal # Males# Males/LekSpring Popn. Low Est.Spring Popn. High Est.
1968212161329.218392724
1969211955429.216622462
1975201921211.2636942
1976191934718.310411542
1977131328622.08581271
1978141323518.17051044
1979111119818.0594880
1980171648230.114462142
1981161652432.815722329
1983181835819.910741591
1985151420814.9624924
1987131340030.812001778
1989121234428.710321529
1991121124121.97231071
1994228708.8210311
199527121109.2330489
1996121013612.4408604
199731812215.3366542
199831812415.5372551
199931911713.0351520
200031812615.8378560
200132911412.7342507
20023210919.1273404
20033299610.7288427
20043299410.4282418
20053299510.6285422

Data provided by Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.

 

Appendix C: Sage-grouse lek count data and population estimates in Saskatchewan for 1970-2005
Year# Leks Checked# Active LeksTotal # Males# Males/LekSpring Popn. Low EstimateSpring Popn. High Estimate
1970Footnote a5513326.6  
1971Footnote a8719928.4  
1983Footnote a131214412.0  
1987Footnote a452949717.1  
1988170Footnote b6193415.328024151
1989Footnote a1579413.4  
19947115936.2279413
199556161056.6315467
199647191236.5369547
19972610616.1183271
1998181112211.1366542
199927810112.6303449
2000371012612.6378560
2001191010610.6318471
20022110848.4252373
20031710818.1243360
2004188607.5180267
2005118627.8186276

Data provided by Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management.

Footnotes

Footnote A

Denotes partial survey of Sage Grouse Range in Saskatchewan.

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Footnote B

Denotes number of potential lek locations surveyed.

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Introduction