Vancouver Island Marmot (Marmota vancouverensis)
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This course is related to conservation biology.
“There are 353 species in Canada that have been designated ?at risk? in some way as of May,
2000. This number constantly changes as species are added to this list, go extinct or are no
longer deemed at risk and removed from the list. Within the list, there are several different
categories of risk: special concern, threatened, endangered, extirpated (no longer found in
Canada but not extinct), and extinct. Which species in Canada are considered to be at risk is
determined by an organization called COSEWIC. Throughout this course you will learn why
and how certain species become threatened and ultimately endangered”.
Determine the reasons why/how a species has become endangered in Canada; and
Describe conservation strategies required to protect the species from extirpation
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