Parks Canada is building a single action plan to address seven resident species listed under the Species at Risk Act – including the woodland caribou – in Jasper National Park. Actions prescribed by the plan will vary, with some addressing a single species and others designed to address multiple species. While the draft plan has not yet been posted, the public consultation period has been opened. A 60-day comment period will commence once the plan is posted, after which the plan will be finalized.
For information and how to engage in the consultation period, see the Jasper Fitzhugh.