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AFSAR Call for Proposals
2015-2016
Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk
Call for Proposals
The Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (AFSAR) program enables the Government of Canada to help build the
capacity of Aboriginal communities/organizations to participate in the implementation of the Species at Risk Act (SARA),
and to support Aboriginal involvement in activities that protect or conserve habitats for species at risk (SAR).
Now into its 12th year, the AFSAR is being expanded under the National Conservation Plan to continue to enable
Aboriginal communities to take voluntary on-the-ground stewardship actions to restore and conserve species
at risk and their habitats, while also proactively preventing priority species, other than species at risk, from
becoming a conservation concern. Going forward, funding under AFSAR will be separated into two streams:
• The AFSAR Species at Risk (SAR) Stream will focus on species at risk recovery projects; and
• The AFSAR Prevention Stream will focus, for the first time, on projects addressing other priority
species beyond the protection and recovery of species at risk under the Species at Risk Act (SARA)
to prevent them from becoming a conservation concern.
The AFSAR program is one of several funding programs operated by Environment Canada for the recovery or
species at risk or the conservation of wildlife. You can only receive funding from one federal funding program
for each proposed activity. Any proposals submitted to the other federal funding program, (e.g., Habitat
Stewardship Program, National Wetland Conservation Fund, EcoAction, etc.) must be for different activities
than those listed in your AFSAR proposal.
AFSAR Species at Risk Stream Expected Results and National Priorities
Proposed projects must contribute to one or more of the expected results of the SAR Stream of the AFSAR
program, which are as follows:
1. Strengthen capacity in Aboriginal communities for SARA implementation.
2. Mitigate threats to SAR, be they individuals or populations.
3. Protect, improve or manage critical and important habitat1 of SAR.
4. Help gather and conserve Aboriginal traditional knowledge (ATK) and traditional ecological knowledge
(TEK) on SAR and, where appropriate, help ensure their use in the development of recovery objectives.
The national priorities for the AFSAR SAR stream are projects or activities that focus on the following:
• Endangered and Threatened SARA-listed species;
• Protection of critical habitat;
• Implementation of priority activities described in recovery strategies or action plans;
• Implementation of large-scale, multi-species recovery initiatives, involving a collaboration among
multiple stakeholders/partners;
The program defines “important habitat” as habitat that is considered as candidate for Critical Habitat or habitat that is
important for the species but that is not actually identified in a recovery strategy/action plan/management plan.
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• Implementation of signed Section 11 agreements which focus on contributing to legal or effective protection;
• Agricultural lands and associated waters;
• The consideration of Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge (ATK) in SARA processes;
• Recovery actions for the Monarch (Danaus plexippus); and
• Invasive species which are negatively impacting the recovery needs of species at risk.
AFSAR Prevention Stream Expected Results and National Priorities
Proposed projects must contribute to one or more of the expected results of the AFSAR Prevention Stream,
which are to:
1. Strengthen capacity in Aboriginal communities for their participation in preventive action to conserve
the target species.
2. Stop, remove, or mitigate potential threats, caused by human activities, to individual target species,
and/or their habitat.
3. Protect, improve or manage important habitat2 of the target species.
4. Help gather and conserve Aboriginal traditional knowledge (ATK) and traditional ecological knowledge
(TEK) on the target species.
The national priorities for the AFSAR Prevention Stream are projects or activities that focus on the following:
• Species not assessed as “at risk” by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada
(COSEWIC);
• Species of cultural significance to Aboriginal people (i.e. Food, Social and Ceremonial species
of conservation interest);
• Supporting the enhancement of wildlife that are of socio-economic importance to Aboriginal
communities; and
• Building capacity in Aboriginal communities and organizations to participate in wildlife
conservation actions.
Project Eligibility
Please refer to the attached 2015-2016 AFSAR Application Guidelines for additional information on the following
and other eligibility requirements. Separate guidelines are provided for each funding stream.
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The program defines “important habitat” as habitat that is important for the species’ ”conservation”.
Species Eligibility (differs by funding stream)
AFSAR SAR Stream
Proposed projects must, at a minimum, target species that have been assessed by COSEWIC as Endangered,
Threatened or of Special Concern, with priority being given to proposals that target species listed under the SARA.
Species that are awaiting addition to Schedule 1 of SARA through the Governor in Council (GIC) process are,
of course, eligible. However, any species that the GIC has considered but declined to list on Schedule 1 are not
eligible for funding under the SAR stream of the AFSAR; although these species may become eligible during
reassessment by COSEWIC. Annex 1 lists these ineligible species.
AFSAR Prevention Stream: Projects must target species that are not listed under Schedule 1 of the SARA.
Eligible Lands (both streams)
a. Reserves and Lands set apart for the use and benefit of Aboriginal peoples under the Indian Act or
under section 91(24) of the Constitution Act, 1867
b. Other lands directly controlled by Aboriginal peoples (e.g., Métis Settlement lands, and land claim /
treaty settlement lands), and lands set aside in the Yukon and Northwest Territories pursuant to
Cabinet Directive, circular No.27
c. Lands and waters where traditional activities (hunting or other) are carried out
d. Federal waters
Eligible Activities (both streams)
• Habitat and Species Protection
• Habitat Improvement
• Program Planning and Development
• Monitoring and Data Collection
• Project and Program Evaluation
• Aboriginal Traditional Knowledge: Gathering and Use
• Outreach
Outreach-based activities in the AFSAR SAR stream will need to clearly demonstrate that they are focused and
targeted on achieving the goals of recovery for target species at risk, by being linked to the expected program
results. Any proposed outreach or awareness-building activity will need to be framed as a necessary component
of a larger project plan that is directed at achieving one or more of the expected program results. Project proposals
will need to describe in detail how each activity will lead to action in implementing an expected program result,
and must indicate how the activity will lead to on-the-ground species recovery, either within the project’s time
frame or some time afterward. Please review the program application guidelines and template to understand
how to demonstrate this aspect of your outreach activities.
Outreach-based activities in the AFSAR Prevention Stream will need to clearly demonstrate how they directly
engage Canadians to participate in activities that support the direct conservation of the target species.
Projects funded under AFSAR SAR stream must support the implementation of priority activities identified
in recovery strategies or action plans, where these are in place or under development. For your reference,
we have included a list of Endangered and Threatened species at risk for which recovery documents are
available on the SARA Public Registry website (Annex 2).
To help advance SARA implementation efforts, successful proponents are encouraged to provide species
occurrence data collected using AFSAR funds, to either Environment Canada, Department of Fisheries
and Oceans, and/or their respective provincial/territorial wildlife data repository center.
SARA Section 11 Conservation Agreements (SAR Stream)
Proposals for the implementation of activities under any signed Section 11 agreement are eligible for funding
consideration under the AFSAR SAR Steam, with preference given to specific conservation measures that
effectively or legally protect the individuals, residences, and/or critical habitat of specific species at risk
in a specific area. The AFSAR SAR Stream on-line application has been modified to accept proposals for
these activities, and the same eligibility rules will apply, including matching funding. It should be noted that
the following Section 11 agreement activities will not be eligible for funding under AFSAR:
• Development of recovery strategies, action plans and management plans;
• Research projects on the species; and
• Establishment of the agreement (e.g., drafting and negotiating activities).
Matching Funding (both streams)
Applicants must obtain matching non-federal funds (cash and/or in-kind) equal to, or greater than, 20%
of the total AFSAR funding request (calculated over the life of the project). Projects with matching contributions
in excess of 20% are preferred.
Regional Priorities 2015-2016
Regional priorities are available in the cover letters distributed with this Call for Proposals. Please contact your
AFSAR regional coordinator for further information.
Consolidating Projects and Multi-year Proposals
If a proponent organization wishes to do several projects under AFSAR, it is encouraged to consolidate multiple
small proposals into a single, large application that outlines the different priority activities. These amalgamated
projects are often carried out in multiple years because they consider the longer- term conservation outcome.
In fact, multi-year project proposals are encouraged because they help to improve conservation progress over
the longer term and increase assurance of funding approval from one year to the next.
Current recipients of AFSAR multi-year funding can apply to receive additional AFSAR funding to undertake new and
additional activities as part of their current project, by way of an amendment to their existing contribution agreement.
How to Apply to Both Streams
Expressions of Interest
An Expression of Interest (EOI) form allows for feedback on your project idea, and allows you to develop
an application that meets your objectives and the national and regional priorities of the AFSAR program
(template attached in Annex 2).
Please refer to the 2015-2016 AFSAR Application Guidelines or contact your HSP regional coordinator for additional
information on submitting an EOI. The EOI deadline is Friday, October 10th, 2014, with the full proposal submission
deadline being Monday, November 3rd, 2014.
Note: while the EOI process does not guarantee the acceptance of the proposal, it will increase the quality
and suitability of the submission.
Application Forms
Applications to the AFSAR for both streams should be made online using the program’s tracking system (address
below). Application Guidelines for each funding stream, provided with this call for proposals, cover basic project
and proponent eligibility and a summary of project selection criteria. This document also includes an application
form template, for informational purposes.
The AFSAR online application and tracking system can be found at: http://www.recovery.gc.ca/AFSAR-FAEP
Interested applicants are required to contact their regional coordinator for access to the online tracking system
(or to activate existing accounts).
AFSAR is co-managed by Environment Canada (EC) and Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) in cooperation with Parks
Canada Agency (PCA), and with the support of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC).
Thank you for your interest in species at risk and preventing species from becoming a conservation concern.
We wish you the best in your application.
Signed by Regional Management Team Co-Chairs
Annex 1: List of Ineligible Species at Risk
Annex 2: Current List of Recovery Strategies
Annex 3: Expression of Interest Template
Attachments:
• AFSAR SAR Stream 2015-16 Application Guidelines and Form
• AFSAR Prevention 2015-16 Application Guidelines and Form
ANNEX 1 – List of Ineligible Species (July 2014)
The Governor in Council (GIC), on the recommendation of the Minister of the Environment, pursuant to subsections
27(1.1) and (1.2) of the SARA, has declined to list the following species. As a consequence, these species are deemed
ineligible for funding under the AFSAR SAR Stream, until they re-enter the SARA cycle again, including coming
under COSEWIC assessment consideration again (listed on the COSEWIC website under the Candidate Wildlife
Species section). (Please consult the SARA Registry for the latest information on SAR under consideration for SARA listing.)
LEGAL NAME POPULATION
COSEWIC STATUS
GIC DECISION DATE
White Sturgeon (Lower Fraser River population)
Non-active
15-Aug-06
White Sturgeon (Middle Fraser River)
Non-active
15-Aug-06
Lake Winnipeg Physa
Data Deficient
23-Jun-11
Atlantic Cod (Maritimes population)
Non-active
06-Apr-06
Chinook Salmon (Okanagan population)
Threatened
23-Feb-10
Canary Rockfish
Threatened
23-Jun-11
Winter Skate (Eastern Scotian Shelf population)
Threatened
23-Feb-10
Winter Skate (Georges Bank-Western Scotian
Shelf-Bay of Fundy population)
Special Concern
Winter Skate (Southern Gulf of St. Lawrence
population)
Endangered
Coast Manroot
Endangered
04-Jul-12
Laura’s Clubtail
Endangered
04-Jul-12
Four-leaved Milkweed
Endangered
04-Jul-12
23-Feb-10
23-Feb-10
ANNEX 2: Current List of Recovery Strategies (July 2014)
Endangered and Threatened species (SARA) with a final recovery strategy
(http://www.registrelep.gc.ca/sar/recovery/timelines_e.cfm)
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* = RS is no longer ‘valid’ because of change in
status but no new document has been posted
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** = RS is no longer ‘active document’ because of change
in status and a new document has been posted
= recovery was deemed not feasible
Species with a final recovery strategy posted as of July 7, 2014
Species list
Liste d’espèces
Critical
habitat
identified?
Acadian Flycatcher, Hooded Warbler
Moucherolle vert, Paruline à capuchon
Y
American Badger jacksoni subspecies
Blaireau d’Amérique de la sous-espèce
jacksoni
Y
American Marten (Newfoundland population)
Martre d’Amérique (Population de Terre-Neuve)
Y
American Water-willow
Carmantine d’Amérique
Y
Anticosti Aster
Aster d’Anticosti
N
Atlantic Salmon (Inner Bay of Fundy population)
Saumon atlantique
(Population de l’intérieur de la baie de Fundy)
Y
Atlantic Walrus (Northwest Atlantic population)1
Morse de l’Atlantique
(Population de l’Atlantique Nord-Ouest)1
N
Atlantic Whitefish
Corégone de l’Atlantique
N
Aurora Trout
Omble Aurora
Y
Baikal Sedge
Carex des sables
Y
Banff Springs Snail
Physe des fontaines de Banff
Y
Barrens Willow
Saule des landes
Y
Bashful Bulrush
Trichophore à feuilles plates
Y
Basking Shark (Pacific population)
Pèlerin (Population du Pacifique)
N
Bear’s-foot Sanicle, Bearded Owl-clover,
Coastal Scouler’s Catchfly, Golden Paintbrush,
Island Marble, Prairie Lupine, Purple Sanicle,
Seaside Birds-foot Lotus, Taylor’s Checkerspot
Sanicle patte-d’ours, Triphysaire versicolore,
Grand silène de Scouler, Castilléjie dorée,
Marbré insulaire, Lupin élégant, Sanicle
bipinnatifide, Lotier splendide, Damier de Taylor
N
Beluga Whale
(St. Lawrence Estuary population)
Béluga
(Population de l’estuaire du Saint-Laurent)
Y
Black-footed Ferret
Putois d’Amérique
Y
Blanchard’s Cricket Frog
Rainette grillon de Blanchard
N
Blanding’s Turtle (Nova Scotia population)
Tortue mouchetée
(Population de la Nouvelle-Écosse)
Y
Blue Whale (Atlantic population)
Rorqual bleu (Population de l’Atlantique)
N
Blue Whale (Pacific population),
Fin Whale (Pacific population), Sei Whale
(Pacific population)
Rorqual bleu (Population du Pacifique),
Rorqual commun (Population du Pacifique),
Rorqual boréal (Population du Pacifique)
N
Blunt-lobed Woodsia
Woodsie à lobes arrondis
Y
Bog Bird’s-foot Trefoil, Dwarf Sandwort,
Kellogg’s Rush, Rosy Owl-clover,
Tall Woolly-heads, Water-plantain Buttercup
Lotier à feuilles pennées, Minuartie naine,
Jonc de Kellogg, Orthocarpe à épi feuillu,
Psilocarphe élevé, Renoncule à feuilles d’alisme
N
Bolander’s Quillwort
Isoète de Bolander
Y
Boreal Felt Lichen (Atlantic population)
Érioderme boréal (Population de l’Atlantique)
Y
Branched Phacelia
Phacélie rameuse
Y
Brook Spike-primrose
Épilobe de Torrey
Y
Buffalograss
Buchloé faux-dactyle
N
Burrowing Owl
Chevêche des terriers
Y
Butternut
Noyer cendré
N
California Buttercup
Renoncule de Californie
Y
Carmine Shiner
Tête carminée
Y
Channel Darter
Fouille-roche gris
Y
Coast Microseris
Microséris de Bigelow
Y
Coastrange Sculpin (Cultus population)
Chabot de la chaîne côtière (Population Cultus)
N
Cobblestone Tiger Beetle
Cicindèle des galets
Y
Common Hoptree
Ptéléa trifolié
Y
Contorted-pod Evening-primrose
Onagre à fruits tordus
Y
Copper Redhorse
Chevalier cuivré
Y
Cucumber Tree
Magnolia acuminé
Y
Dakota Skipper
Hespérie du Dakota
N
Deerberry
Airelle à longues étamines
Y
Deltoid Balsamroot, Howell’s Triteleia,
Small-flowered Tonella, *White-top Aster,
Yellow Montane Violet praemorsa subspecies
Balsamorhize à feuilles deltoïdes, Tritéléia de
Howell, Tonelle délicate, *Aster rigide, Violette
jaune des monts de la sous-espèce praemorsa
N
Dense Spike-primrose
Epilobe densiflore
Y
Dense-flowered Lupine
Lupin densiflore
Y
Dwarf Hackberry
Micocoulier rabougri
Y
Dwarf Lake Iris
Iris lacustre
Y
Dwarf Wedgemussel1
Alasmidonte naine1
N
Dwarf Woolly-heads
(Southern Mountain population), Slender
Collomia, Stoloniferous Pussytoes
Psilocarphe nain
(Population des montagnes du Sud),
Collomia délicat, Antennaire stolonifère
Y
Eastern Flowering Dogwood
Cornouiller fleuri
Y
Eastern Hog-nosed Snake
Couleuvre à nez plat
N
Eastern Mountain Avens
Benoîte de Peck
Y
Eastern Prairie Fringed-orchid
Platanthère blanchâtre de l’Est
Y
Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus
Oponce de l’Est
Y
Eastern Ribbonsnake (Atlantic population)
Couleuvre mince (Population de l’Atlantique)
Y
Eastern Sand Darter (Ontario populations)
Dard de sable (Populations de l’Ontario)
Y
Eastern Sand Darter (Quebec populations)
Dard de sable (Populations du Québec)
Y
Eastern Yellow-bellied Racer
Couleuvre agile à ventre jaune de l’Est
Y
Engelmann’s Quillwort
Isoète d’Engelmann
Y
Enos Lake Benthic Threespine Stickleback,
Paxton Lake Benthic Threespine Stickleback,
Vananda Creek Benthic Threespine
Stickleback, Enos Lake Limnetic Threespine
Stickleback, Paxton Lake Limnetic Threespine
Stickleback, Vananda Creek Limnetic
Threespine Stickleback
Épinoche à trois épines benthique du lac
Enos, Épinoche à trois épines limnétique du
lac Enos, Épinoche à trois épines benthique
du lac Paxton, Épinoche à trois épines
limnétique du lac Paxton, Épinoche à trois
épines benthique du ruisseau Vananda,
Épinoche à trois épines limnétique du
ruisseau Vananda
N
Ermine haidarum subspecies
Hermine de la sous-espèce haidarum
N
Eskimo Curlew
Courlis esquimau
N
N Hop Sedge
Carex faux-lupulina
Y
Fernald’s Braya, Long’s Braya
Braya de Fernald, Braya de Long
Y
Flooded Jellyskin
Leptoge des terrains inondés
Y
Foothill Sedge
Carex tumulicole
Y
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Forked Three-awned Grass
Aristide à rameaux basilaires
N
Fragrant Popcornflower
Plagiobothryde odorante
Y
Furbish’s Lousewort
Pédiculaire de Furbish
Y
Gold-edged Gem
Héliotin d’Aweme
Y
Grand Coulee Owl-clover
Orthocarpe barbu
Y
Gravel Chub
Gravelier
N
Gray’s Desert-parsley
Lomatium de Gray
Y
Greater Sage-Grouse urophasianus
subspecies
Tétras des armoises de la sous-espèce
urophasianus
Y
Green-scaled Willow
Saule à bractées vertes
Y
Grey Whale (Atlantic population)
Baleine grise (Population de l’Atlantique)
N
Grizzly Bear (Prairie population)1
Ours grizzli (Population des Prairies)1
N
Gulf of St. Lawrence Aster
Aster du golfe Saint-Laurent
Y
Haller’s Apple Moss
Bartramie de Haller
Y
Heart-leaved Plantain
Plantain à feuilles cordées
Y
Henslow’s Sparrow
Bruant de Henslow
N
Hill’s Thistle
Chardon de Hill
Y
Hoary Mountain-mint
Pycnanthème gris
Y
Horned Grebe
(Magdalen Islands population)
Grèbe esclavon
(Population des îles de la Madeleine)
Y
Horned Lark strigata subspecies
Alouette hausse-col de la sous-espèce strigata
N
Horsetail Spike-rush
Éléocharide fausse-prêle
Y
Hotwater Physa
Physe d’eau chaude
N
Humpback Whale
(North Pacific population)*
Rorqual à bosse
(Population du Pacifique Nord)*
Y
Incurved Grizzled Moss1
Ptychomitre à feuilles incurvées1
N
Island Blue1
Bleu insulaire1
N
Ivory Gull
Mouette blanche
Y
Kidneyshell, Round Hickorynut
Ptychobranche réniforme, Obovarie ronde
Y
Killer Whale (Northeast Pacific northern
resident population), Killer Whale (Northeast
Pacific southern resident population)
Épaulard (Population résidente du nord du
Pacifique Nord-Est), Épaulard (Population
résidente du sud du Pacifique Nord-Est)
Y
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Killer Whale
(Northeast Pacific transient population)
Épaulard
(Population migratrice du Pacifique Nord-Est)
N
King Rail
Râle élégant
N
Kirtland’s Warbler
Paruline de Kirtland
N
Lake Chubsucker
Sucet de lac
Y
Lakeside Daisy
Hyménoxys herbacé
Y
Leatherback Sea Turtle (Atlantic population)
Tortue luth
N
Leatherback Sea Turtle (Pacific population)
Tortue luth
N
Lemmon’s Holly Fern
Polystic de Lemmon
Y
Lindley’s N Silverpuffs
Uropappe de Lindley
Y
Macoun’s Meadowfoam
Limnanthe de Macoun
Y
Marbled Murrelet
Guillemot marbré
Y
Margined Streamside Moss
Scoulérie à feuilles marginées
N
Maritime Ringlet
Satyre fauve des Maritimes
Y
Mormon Metalmark (Prairie population)
Mormon (Population des Prairies)
N
Mountain Plover
Pluvier montagnard
N
Muhlenberg’s Centaury
Petite-centaurée de Muhlenberg
Y
Nooksack Dace
Naseux de la Nooksack
Y
North Atlantic Right Whale
Baleine noire de l’Atlantique Nord
Y
North Pacific Right Whale
Baleine noire du Pacifique Nord
N
Northern Abalone
Ormeau nordique
N
Northern Bottlenose Whale
(Scotian Shelf population)
Baleine à bec commune
(Population du plateau néo-écossais)
Y
Northern Madtom
Chat-fou du Nord
Y
Northern Riffleshell, Snuffbox, Round Pigtoe,
Rayed Bean, Salamander Mussel
Épioblasme ventrue, Épioblasme tricorne,
Pleurobème écarlate, Villeuse haricot,
Mulette du Necture
N
Northern Saw-whet Owl brooksi subspecies
Petite Nyctale de la sous-espèce brooksi
Y
Northern Wolffish, Spotted Wolffish
Loup à tête large, Loup tacheté
N
Nugget Moss
Phasque de Vlassov
Y
Ord’s Kangaroo Rat
Rat kangourou d’Ord
Y
Oregon Lupine
Lupin d’Orégon
N
Ottoe Skipper
Hespérie Ottoé
N
Paddlefish1
Spatulaire1
N
Pink Coreopsis, Thread-leaved Sundew,
Plymouth Gentian, *Redroot, *Tubercled
Spike-rush, Water-pennywort, Goldencrest
Coréopsis rose, Droséra filiforme, Sabatie
de Kennedy, *Lachnanthe de Caroline,
*Éléocharide tuberculée, Hydrocotyle à
ombelle, Lophiolie dorée
Y
Pink Milkwort
Polygale incarnat
Y
Pink Sand-verbena
Abronie rose
Y
Pink-footed Shearwater, Short-tailed Albatross
Puffin à pieds roses, Albatros à queue courte
N
Piping Plover circumcinctus subspecies
Pluvier siffleur de la sous-espèce circumcinctus
Y
Piping Plover melodus subspecies
Pluvier siffleur de la sous-espèce melodus
Y
Pitcher’s Thistle
Chardon de Pitcher
Y
Poor Pocket Moss
Fissident appauvri
Y
Poweshiek Skipperling
Hespérie de Poweshiek
Y
Prothonotary Warbler
Paruline orangée
Y
Puget Oregonian Snail
Escargot du Puget
N
Pugnose Shiner
Méné camus
Y
Rayless Goldfields
Lasthénie glabre
Y
Red Crossbill percna subspecies
Bec-croisé des sapins de la sous-espèce percna
N
Red Mulberry
Mûrier rouge
Y
Rigid Apple Moss
Bartramie à feuilles dressées
Y
Rocky Mountain Sculpin
(Eastslope populations)
Chabot des montagnes Rocheuses
(Populations du versant est)
Y
Roseate Tern
Sterne de Dougall
Y
Ross’s Gull
Mouette rosée
N
Rusty Cord-moss
Entosthodon rouilleux
Y
Sand-verbena Moth
Noctuelle de l’abronie
Y
Sea Otter**
Loutre de mer**
N
Seaside Centipede Lichen
Hétérodermie maritime
N
Shortnose Cisco
Cisco à museau court
N
Short-rayed Alkali Aster
Aster feuillu
Y
Showy Goldenrod
Verge d’or voyante
N
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Silver Hair Moss
Fabronie naine
N
Skinner’s Agalinis
Gérardie de Skinner
N
Slender Mouse-ear-cress
Halimolobos mince
Y
Small Whorled Pogonia
Isotrie fausse-médéole
N
Small-flowered Sand-verbena
Abronie à petites fleurs
Y
Soapweed, Yucca Moth
Yucca glauque, Teigne du yucca
Y
Southern Maidenhair Fern
Adiante cheveux-de-Vénus
Y
Spoon-leaved Moss
Andersonie charmante
Y
Spotted Gar
Lépisosté tacheté
Y
Spotted Owl caurina subspecies
Chouette tachetée de la sous-espèce caurina
Y
Sprague’s Pipit
Pipit de Sprague
Y
Spring Blue-eyed Mary
Collinsie printanière
N
Spring Cisco
Cisco de printemps
Y
Striped Bass (St. Lawrence Estuary population)
Bar rayé (Population du fleuve Saint-Laurent)
Y
Swift Fox
Renard véloce
N
Tiger Salamander (Great Lakes population)1
Salamandre tigrée (Population des Grands Lacs)
N
Timber Rattlesnake1
Crotale des bois1
N
Tiny Cryptantha
Cryptanthe minuscule
Y
Van Brunt’s Jacob’s-ladder
Polémoine de Van Brunt
Y
Vancouver Lamprey
Lamproie de Vancouver
N
Victorin’s Gentian
Gentiane de Victorin
Y
Wavy-rayed Lampmussel*
Lampsile fasciolée*
N
Western Brook Lamprey
(Morrison Creek population)
Lamproie de l’ouest
(Population du ruisseau Morrison)
N
Western Prairie Fringed-orchid
Platanthère blanchâtre de l’Ouest
Y
Western Silvery Minnow
Méné d’argent de l’Ouest
N
Western Spiderwort
Tradescantie de l’Ouest
Y
Westslope Cutthroat Trout
(Alberta population)
Truite fardée versant de l’ouest
(Population de l’Alberta)
Y
White Flower Moth
Héliotin blanc satiné
Y
White Meconella
Méconelle d’Orégon
Y
White Prairie Gentian
Gentiane blanche
N
White Sturgeon (Kootenay River population),
White Sturgeon (Nechako River population),
White Sturgeon (Upper Columbia River
population), White Sturgeon (Upper Fraser
River population)
Esturgeon blanc (population de la rivière
Kootenay), Esturgeon blanc (population
de la rivière Nechako), Esturgeon blanc
(Population du cours supérieur du fleuve
Columbia), Esturgeon blanc (Population
du cours supérieur du fleuve Fraser)
Y
White-headed Woodpecker
Pic à tête blanche
N
Whooping Crane
Grue blanche
Y
Woodland Caribou
(Atlantic-Gaspésie population)
caribou des bois
(Population de la Gaspésie-Atlantique)
Y
Woodland Caribou (Boreal population)
caribou des bois (Population boréale)
Y
Woodland Caribou
(Southern Mountain population)
Caribou des bois
(Population des montagnes du Sud)
Y
Wood-poppy
Stylophore à deux feuilles
Y
Species with a proposed recovery strategy posted as of July 7, 2014
Species list
Liste d’espèces
Critical
habitat
identified?
Allegheny Mountain Dusky Salamander
(Great Lakes / St. Lawrence population)
Salamandre sombre des montagnes (Population
des Grands Lacs et du Saint-Laurent)
Y
Bluehearts
Buchnéra d’Amérique
Y
Colicroot
Alétris farineux
Y
Dense Blazing Star
Liatris à épi
Y
Dromedary Jumping-slug
Limace-sauteuse dromadaire
N
Five-lined Skink (Carolinian population)
Scinque pentaligne (Population carolinienne)
Y
Fowler’s Toad
Crapaud de Fowler
Y
Kentucky Coffee-tree
Chicot févier
Y
Least Bittern
Petit Blongios
Y
Loggerhead Shrike Prairie subspecies
Pie-grièche migratrice de la sous-espèce
des Prairies
Y
Loggerhead Shrike migrans subspecies
Pie-grièche migratrice de la sous-espèce
migrans
Y
Massasauga
Massasauga
Y
Oregon Spotted Frog
Grenouille maculée de l’Oregon
Y
Pacific Water Shrew
Musaraigne de Bendire
Y
Sage Thrasher
Moqueur des armoises
Y
Salish Sucker
Meunier de Salish
Y
Slender Popcornflower
Plagiobothryde délicate
Y
Small White Lady’s-slipper
Cypripède blanc
Y
Vesper Sparrow affinis subspecies
Bruant vespéral de la sous-espèce affinis
Y
Vole Ears Lichen
Érioderme mou
Y
Western Chorus Frog
(Great Lakes/St. Lawrence - Canadien
Shield population)
Rainette faux-grillon de l’Ouest
(population des Grands Lacs et
Saint-Laurent et du Bouclier canadien)
Y
Williamson’s Sapsucker
Pic de Williamson
Y
ANNEX 3: Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk Expression of Interest
2015-2016
Project Title
Proponent Information (This is the organization or entity that would sign a contribution agreement with
Environment Canada. The information must correspond to the name and address to be used on any cheques
if the application is approved. The proponent must be a legal entity or individual.)
Name of Proponent:
Address:
Phone Number:
Fax Number:
Email Address:
Other communities/organizations involved in the project (if partnering)
Funding Stream (Species at Risk or Prevention)
Regional Priorities Addressed (SAR Stream)
Target Geographic Area/Threat:
Target Species:
-- Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) designation
(if applicable):
-- Species at Risk Act (SARA) Schedule 1 designation (if applicable):
--OR—
Regional Priorities Addressed (Prevention Stream)
Regional Priority addressed:
Target Species:
-- COSEWIC designation, if relevant:
Proposed Activities: Briefly describe the project goals, objectives, activities, methods, budget estimates,
partnerships and time frame (maximum of 25 lines).
Email the completed form to EC/DFO AFSAR regional coordinator by October 10, 2014. Early submissions are
strongly encouraged.