Residence Description

Description of Residence for the Ross’s Gull (Rhodostethia rosea) In Canada

The following is a description of residence for the Ross’s Gull (Rhodostethia rosea), created for the purposes of increasing public awareness and aiding enforcement of the above prohibition. As a migratory bird protected under the MBCA, the Ross’s Gull is under federal jurisdiction and thus the residence prohibition is in effect on all lands where the species occurs. Ross’s Gulls are known to have one type of residence – the nest.

Consultation period: 2005-02-10 to 2005-03-11


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Contact Person(s)

Wendy Dunford
Recovery Science Officer
Canadian Wildlife Service
351 St Joseph Blvd
4th floor
Gatineau, QC
Tel: 819-994-2813
Fax: 819-994-3684
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