Submission to the draft National Wildlife Corridors Plan – April 2012

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This submission focuses on two invasive species issues that should be given a high priority in assessing proposals for new corridor connections:

  1.  The potential for new corridors to facilitate the spread of some invasive species, warranting risk assessment to identify those species and the level of risk
  2.  The potential for invasive species to compromise the environmental functions for which corridors are proposed unless they are managed, warranting prior assessment of management issues and costs.


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