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Recovery Strategy for the Greater Sage-Grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus urophasianus) in Canada [Proposed] 2007

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
* 19705513326.6n/an/a
*19718719928.4n/an/a
*1983131214412.0n/an/a
*1987452949717.1n/an/a
1988**1706193415.328024151
*19891579413.4  
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

Note * denotes partial survey of Sage Grouse Range in Saskatchewan

** number of potential lek locations surveyed.

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