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Unique or Unusual Flora/Fauna Habitats

The following section summarizes the management objectives and recommended best management practices for unique or unusual flora/fauna habitats. As these are only brief summaries, you should also check out more detailed information in the Karst Management Handbook for British Columbia.

Management objectives

The management objective for unique or unusual flora/fauna habitats is to maintain critical aspects of the habitat.

Recommended best management practice

  • Where unique or unusual species of flora or fauna are encountered, consult the Conservation Data Centre for assistance in determining appropriate protective actions.
    See: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/cdc/contact.html .
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