Species at Risk Act (SARA) Consultations - Pacific Region
- Species at Risk Act (SARA)
- SARA Public Registry
- SARA Glossary of Terms
- Aquatic Species at Risk in Canada
- Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC)
- Cetacean Research Program (Pacific Region)
- Habitat Stewardship Program
- Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (SARA Public Registry)
- Aboriginal Fund for Species at Risk (DFO)
- Interdepartmental Recovery Fund
- Frequently Asked Questions
- SARA Permits
If you would like to learn more about aquatic species at risk in the Pacific region, contact:
Species at Risk Program
Ecosystems Management Branch
Department of Fisheries & Oceans Canada
200-401 Burrard St.
Vancouver, BC V6C 3S4
Did you know?
Between 1951 and 2013, not a single North Pacific Right Whale was seen in Canadian waters. It is estimated that there are currently less than 50 of these Endangered whales in the eastern North Pacific Ocean. But on June 9, 2013, a DFO biologist had the experience of a lifetime, sighting a North Pacific Right Whale off the west coast of Haida Gwaii.
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