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Recovery Strategy for the Victoria’s Owl clover (Castilleja victoriae) in Canada - 2017 [Proposed]

Species at Risk Act
Recovery Strategy Series

Adopted under Section 44 of SARA

Victoria's Owl-clover

Photo of Victoria's Owl-clover
Credit: © Matthew Fairbarns

Part 1 - Table of contents

List of figures

  • Figure 1. Critical habitat for Victoria’s Owl-clover at Gonzales Point, Harling Point and Trial Islands, B.C. is represented by the shaded yellow polygons (units), in accordance with the criteria set out in Section 1.1. The 1 km x 1 km UTM grid overlay (red outline) shown on this figure is a standardized national grid system that indicates the general geographic area within which critical habitat is found. Areas outside of the shaded yellow polygons do not contain critical habitat.
  • Figure 2. Critical habitat for Victoria’s Owl-clover at Cattle Point, B.C. is represented by the shaded yellow polygon (unit), in accordance with the criteria set out in Section 1.1. The 1 km x 1 km UTM grid overlay (red outline) shown on this figure is a standardized national grid system that indicates the general geographic area within which critical habitat is found. Areas outside of the shaded yellow polygon do not contain critical habitat.

List of tables

  • Tables 1. Schedule of studies to identify critical habitat for Victoria's Owl-clover.
  • Tables 2. Examples of activities likely to result in destruction of critical habitat for Victoria’s Owl-clover.

Part 2 - Table of contents

List of figures

  • Figure 1. Victoria’s owl-clover global distribution (B.C. Conservation Data Centre 2015).

List of tables

  • Table 1. Status and description of Victoria’s owl-clover populations in B.C.
  • Table 2. Threat classification table for Victoria’s owl-clover in British Columbia.
  • Table 3. Recovery actions for Victoria’s owl-clover.
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