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Found 10 records similar to Parks and Protected Areas of Alberta
These lands help preserve Nova Scotia’s natural values through a blend of legislation, ownership and management. Included here are: National Parks, National Wildlife Areas, Provincial Wilderness Areas, Provincial Nature Reserves, selected Provincial Parks and selected land trust properties and easements. This combination of federal, provincial and private lands contributes to both provincial and national land conservation and biodiversity goals.
This dataset contains parks and protected areas managed for important conservation values and are dedicated for the preservation of their natural environments for the inspiration, use and enjoyment of the public. Places of special ecological importance are designated as ecological reserves for scientific research and educational purposes. Source data is Tantalis. *April 18, 2018: Prior to this date this dataset had one spatial boundary per park per survey plan that intersected the boundary of that park.
Crown Reservations placed by Alberta Parks, Government of Alberta. A crown reservation placed by Alberta Parks is a registered interest under the Public Lands Act in crown land. Conditions on industrial activity may apply to these lands.
The Public Lands Camping Pass does not apply in the Kananaskis Conservation Pass area. The pass does not apply to: private, municipal, or federally owned lands. Provincial Parks, Wildland Provincial Parks, Provincial Recreation Areas. Wilderness Areas, Ecological Reserves, Heritage Rangelands, Natural Areas.
This dataset is a spatial representation of the boundary for the Kananaskis Conservation Pass for which a written legal description will be created. Visit alberta.ca/ConservationPass or albertaparks.ca for more information about the Kananaskis Conservation Pass, including a map. The pass will be in effect for both parks and public land within this boundary, pending Bill 64, the Public Lands Amendment Act passing in the legislature. The area includes Parks, Recreation Areas, Public Land, and the Public Land Use Zone (PLUZ).
This dataset contains boundaries of Management Areas, which are geographic areas of managerial responsibility within Parks Operations Division, Alberta Environment and Parks. Management Areas are groupings of Districts, which are geographic areas of operational responsibility within Parks Operations Division. Parks Operations Division Districts nest within Management Areas, which in turn nest within Regions. These boundaries are administrative/operational in nature, and are subject to change.
To identify the limits of provincial parks in New Brunswick, to provide the public with a digital representation of the provincial parks, and to promote the use of a common geometric representation of the provincial parks of New Brunswick.
The Provincial Bison Protection Areas dataset is comprised of all the polygons that represent Bison Protection Areas in Alberta. In order to support the conservation, management and recovery of disease-free bison in northern Alberta, wood bison located within specified Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) are listed as Threatened under the Wildlife Act and Regulation. All hunting of wood bison within Northwest Bison Protection Area is regulated and based on issuance of a bison special licence and allocation processes for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous persons. All hunting (Indigenous and non-Indigenous) of wood bison within the Wabasca Bison Protection Area is prohibited.
Contained within the National Parks, 1961 to 1994, Atlas of Canada series, is a map that shows the Pacific Rim National Park. The map consists of four maps. One is a reference map to the park, at a scale of 1: 500 000, showing the three parts of the park. The other three maps, which are all at 1: 70 000, show each of the park's parts.
This dataset contains district boundaries representing geographic areas of operational responsibility within Parks Operations Division, Alberta Environment and Parks. Parks Operations Division Districts nest within Parks Operations Division Management Areas, which are areas of managerial responsibility within Parks Operations Division. Management Areas in turn nest within Parks Operations Division Regions. These boundaries are administrative/operational in nature, and are subject to change.