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Newfoundland and Labrador
Regulation 2008


NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR REGULATION 9/08

NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR
REGULATION 9/08

Endangered Species List Regulations (Amendment)
under the
Endangered Species Act
(O.C. 2008-031)

(Filed February 20, 2008)

Under the authority of sections 7 and 47 of the Endangered Species Act, the Minister of Environment and Conservation, with the approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, makes the following regulations.

Dated at St. John’s, February 18, 2008.

Charlene Johnson
Minister of Tourism, Culture and Recreation

Gary Norris
Clerk of the Executive Council

REGULATIONS

Analysis


        1.   Sch. A Amdt.

        2.   Sch. B Amdt.

        3.   Sch. C Amdt.


NLR 57/02
as amended

        1. Schedule A of the Endangered Species List Regulations is amended by

             (a)  deleting the species "American Marten (Island of Newfoundland Population) - Martes americana"; and

             (b)  adding immediately before the species "Wolverine - Gulo gulo", the species "Red Knot - Calidris canutus rufa".

 

        2. Schedule B of the regulations is amended by

             (a)  adding immediately before the species " Fernald's Braya - Braya fernaldii" the species "American Marten (Newfoundland Population) - Martes americana atrata", the species "Chimney Swift - Chaetura pelagica" and the species "Common Nighthawk - Chardeiles minor"; and

             (b)  deleting the species "Peregrine Falcon (anatum)" - Falco peregrinus anatum" and "Peregrine Falcon (tundra)- Falco peregrinus tundrius".

 

        3. Schedule C of the regulations is amended by adding immediately before the species "Polar Bear - Ursus maritimus" the species "Peregrine Falcon (anatum)- Falco peregrinus anatum" and the species "Peregrine Falcon (tundra) - Falco peregrinus tundrius".