Species At Risk
The study area is potentially home to 22 species endangered wildlife. A June 2015 environmental report found 13 confirmed species but the timeframe given to complete the report did not allow for a complete study of these species.
Not included in this number, the study area also is home to many fungi and invertebrates, some of them also rare. These small, often overlooked, species are among the most important in the ecosystem. Thirteen taxa of species at risk are confirmed for the study area, two more are likely present. Forest patches showing this type of evidence of wildlife activity are highly valued resources for biodiversity. READ MORE >>