Alberta has long enjoyed the legacy of abundant wild species. These same species are important environmental indicators; their populations reflect the health and diversity of the environment. General status determination is the first step in a continuing process of evaluating and reporting on the biological status of Alberta's wild species. Those species determined to be ‘at risk’ receive a detailed status assessment and evaluation. Find out how the general status of wild species is determined.
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