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Information about monitoring and the development of a regulatory framework for air quality in the Northwest Territories.
Information on management, distribution and reporting a sighting of amphibians and reptiles in the NWT.
Funding and compensation for hunters and trappers in the event of a natural disaster.
All research in the Northwest Territories (NWT) must be licensed.
Information for anyone researching, observing or handling wildlife in the NWT, including permits, forms and how to apply.
Information about description, distribution, harvest and diseases of the Arctic Fox in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, herds, harvest and collaring of barren-ground caribou in the Northwest Territories.
little brown myotis bat
Information about description, distribution, habitat, life cycle and how to report bat sightings in the NWT.
Program providing information and workshops to help communities, industry and homeowners reduce the threat of wildland fire.
Information about bear safety in the Northwest Territories.
crushed cans
Program to recycle beverage containers in the Northwest Territories.
Information about biodiversity and biodiversity action planning in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, trends, protection, research and life cycle of birds of prey in the NWT.
Information about description, distribution, harvesting and habitat of black bears in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, habitat, management and species at risk status of Boreal caribou in the NWT.
Information about permits required if are lighting a fire outside of municipal limits for anything other than cooking food or warming yourself.
There are five types of caribou in the NWT. Risks and management considerations for each type are very different.
Information about climate change in the Northwest Territories, and the Climate Change Strategic Framework.

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