The public and Aboriginal communities are invited to provide comments on the draft recovery strategies for the following species to ensure that they are based on the best available scientific information, including community and Aboriginal traditional knowledge:
• Aweme Borer Moth (endangered)
• Gattinger’s Agalinis (endangered)
• Houghton’s Goldenrod (threatened)
• Juniper Sedge (endangered)
• Mottled Duskywing (endangered)
• Riverine Clubtail (endangered)
Please provide information on the species listed above by Thursday, April 1, 2015. This may include information related to the biology and distribution of a species, its habitat, threats, and/or approaches for protection and recovery.
Comments provided will be considered by the recovery strategy authors, along with all other available information, to develop the final recovery strategies. Once final recovery strategies are received by MNRF, they will be published on the ministry’s species at risk website concurrently with a proposal on the Environment Registry. The proposal will solicit input to be considered in the development of government response statements.
Opportunities to comment on the potential impacts of implementing protection or recovery approaches, as well as areas for consideration in habitat protection, will be provided during the development of the government response statements and habitat regulations.