Kispiox LRMP Higher Level Plan Objectives for Biodiversity, Visual Quality and Wildlife
- Summary of Public Comment on the Kispiox FRPA Objectives [pdf]
- Wildlife Habitat Assessment in the Nass Wildlife Area [pdf]
- Inventory of the Northern Goshawk in the Kispiox Forest District (1999/2000 Annual Report) [pdf - 254kb]
- Kispiox Focal Wildlife Management Guidelines - Northern Goshawk [pdf - 696kb]
- Grizzly Bear inventory in the Nisgaa Wildlife Management Area [pdf - 14.5MB]
- Grizzly Bears in the Nass Wildlife Area [pdf - 6.84MB]
- Predictive Habitat Mapping with Grizzly Bear Habitat Suitability Ratings for the Kispiox and Cranberry Timber Supply Areas (Draft Report) - January 2004 [pdf - 1.1MB]
- Grizzly Bear Habitat Complex Mapping Kispiox Forest District - February 2003 [pdf - 793kb]
- Data >> [zip - 146.3MB]
- Grizzly Bear Monitoring Trial in the Upper Nangeese River Watershed - June 2002 [pdf - 749kb]
- Habitat Assessment and Suitability Mapping for Grizzly Bear in the Nangeese River Watershed, Kispiox Forest District - March 2002 [pdf - 4MB]
- Summary of Habitat Assessments, Suitability Mapping and Habitat Monitoring for Grizzly Bear in the Nangeese River Watershed, Kispiox Forest District - February 2002 [pdf - 1MB]
- Kispiox Focal Wildlife Management Guidelines - Grizzly Bears [pdf - 43kb]
Mountain Goat & Moose
- Review of Moose and Mule Deer Winter Range in the Kispiox and Cranberry Timber Supply Areas
- Moose in the Nass Wildlife Area [pdf - 18.2MB]
- Mountain Goat Inventory in the Nass Wildlife Area Region A [pdf - 5.02MB]
- Mountain Goat Inventory in the Nisga’a Wildlife Management Area Region A [pdf - 14.2MB]
- Review of Potential Mountain Goat Ungulate Winter Range in the Kispiox and Cranberry Timber Supply Areas - March 2005 [pdf - 5MB]
- Data >> (ZIP 63KB)
- Winter Habitat Suitability Model for Moose (Alces alces) in the Kispiox and Cranberry TSAs - March 2005 [pdf- 18.5MB]
- Data >> [zip - 7.6MB]
- Mountain Goat Winter Habitat Suitability Mapping In the Kispiox Forest District - April 2004 [pdf - 594kb]
- Data >> [zip - 2.2MB]
- Kispiox Focal Wildlife Management Guidelines - Mountain Goat [zip - 36kb]
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