Ejié Túé Ndáde (Eh-jzhe-twé-in-DA-deh), also known as Buffalo Lake, River and Trails, is an area of approximately 2,180 km² in the southeastern corner of the Dehcho region. The candidate area includes the western portion of Ejié Túé (Buffalo Lake) and Ejié Túé Dehé (Buffalo River).
The Thaidene Nëné area is a celebrated cultural landscape with rich wildlife populations and unique geography located at the eastern end of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories. The Thaidene Nëné study area is approximately 33,690 km2.
Mobile Core Bathurst Caribou Management Zone Regulations – UPDATED May 10, 2018. This Zone (in yellow) was implemented in order to let hunters know where harvesting is prohibited and assist in the protection and conservation of the Bathurst Caribou herd. The GNWT does not make caribou locations or numbers publicly available due to significant conservation concerns.
This is the final map of the harvest season. The next map will be posted in the fall of 2018.
Conservation planning, Hunting, trapping and harvesting, Wildlife and nature
Ts’ude niline Tu’eyeta (Tsoo-den-ee-len Too-yuh-ta), or Ramparts River and Wetlands, is an area of prime northern boreal forest approximately 15,000 km2 in size. It is a rich cultural area that lies west of the Mackenzie River and the community of Fort Good Hope.
Łue Túé Sųlái (Clue-way Two-eh Tsu-lie) is also known as the Five Fish Lakes. It includes Ezáa Łue Túe (Ekali Lake), Tł’onie Túé (Sanguez Lake), Tłįtętįį (Gargan Lake), Dechį Náʔa (Deep Lake) and Tthets’éhk’e’ (McGill Lake). The area is located in the Dehcho Region near Jean Marie River and is approximately 180 km² in size.
The Bathurst Caribou Range Plan is a guide for decision-makers, companies and communities to help manage activities on the land in a way that supports the recovery of the Bathurst herd. This is a draft document for engagement purposes only.
Climate change, Conservation planning, Have your say, Legislation, regulations, policy and guidelines, Wildlife and nature