Plans and reports from the Department of Environment
Data and resources
- Draft Management Plan for Dall's Sheep in the Northern Richardson Mountains
The plan provides recommendations and actions to conserve the Dall's sheep population in the Northern Richardson Mountains. First Nations, co-management boards, and public government worked in partnership to develop this recommended draft plan.
- Dall's Sheep in the Northern Richardson Mountains - Status Report Summary
This document summarizes what is known of Dall's sheep in the Northern Richardson Mountains, based on results from scientific studies combined with the documented local and Traditional Ecological Knowledge of northern aboriginal people.
- Dall's Sheep Survey Southern Lakes Regionpdf
Summary results of an aerial sheep survey spanning almost 16,000 km2 in Game Management Zones 5, 7, 8, and 9.
- Late Winter Habitat Selection By Sheep in the Dawson Region
An evaluation of late winter habitat selection by sheep in the Dawson region. Identification and protection of late winter habitat is thought to be critical to maintaining sheep populations.
- Mountain Goat Survey of Southwest Yukon and Northwest British Columbia 2007
Approximately 10 000 km2 of mountain goat range along the border region between Atlin B.C. and Haines Junction Yukon was surveyed during February and March 2007. Surveyors counted 331 goats, evenly distributed between eastern and western parts of the survey area.
- Mountain Goat Survey: Itsi Range, July 2012
In July 2012 Environment Yukon conducted a survey of mountain goats in the Itsi Range of east-central Yukon. Increasing mineral exploration in the area and the possibility of upgrades to the North Canol Highway, coupled with this population being open to harvest, were all factors leading to the survey.
- Status of Dall's Sheep (Ovis dalli dalli) in the Northern Richardson Mountains
This report describes what is known of Dall's sheep in the Northern Richardson Mountains, based on results from scientific studies combined with the documented local and Traditional Ecological Knowledge of northern aboriginal people.
- Sheep Management Guidelines (1996)pdf
These management guidelines were developed by the Sheep Management team from Environment Yukon. The management principles, concepts and assumptions outlined here represent the consensus of the team.
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