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Canada | Alberta government proposes PA for bison, caribou adjoining Wood Buffalo NP

Alberta gave itself a Christmas present with some interesting Montana connections when it proposed protections on land south of Wood Buffalo National Park.


The provincial government wants to create a Biodiversity Stewardship Area (BSA) to assist the Ronald Lake wood bison and caribou populations. The move would conserve more than 410,000 acres of boreal forest along the southern border of Wood Buffalo National Park, northeast of Edmonton.


https://missoulian.com/news/state-and-regional/albertans-expand-protections-for-wood-bison/article_8138e40b-2407-518e-98ad-9516191c1b87.html

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