0000001037 00000 n Over the past two years, Conservation Action Plans have been developed for both the wintering grounds in South America and southern Central America, and the breeding grounds in Canada and the USA. 0000000769 00000 n 0000001916 00000 n It’s our duty to keep our true north strong and green. The Black-footed Ferret is the only ferret species that is indigenous to North America. Latin name: Cardellina canadensis Furthermore, these issues impact all three habitat ranges of the Canada Warbler, so these little guys don’t even have a chance to recuperate their numbers. See. In the males, the head is bluish with a black forehead and cheeks, which join with a band of well-defined black stripes that run across the breast. 0000000885 00000 n Range: Found mainly in mixed deciduous-coniferous forests across Canada. This can be done with solar blinds or taut netting during the day – options which won’t obstruct your view! Nature Canada established the Canada Warbler International Conservation Initiative website as a public face for the initiative. Their migration ranges over mid-to-eastern United States and they overwinter in the Andean slopes of northern South America. Canada Warbler—Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. Status under SARA: Threatened, 2008 COSEWIC assessment: Threatened The Canada Warbler is a small, brightly coloured songbird 12 to 15 cm in length. 0000001758 00000 n There is hope that such knowledge will elucidate why the most rapid decline of the species is in its eastern breeding range. However, this warbler also faces problems during its migration and in its wintering habitats in the South American Andes, so conservation efforts need to operate on an international scale. Currently, reintroduction programs are in... Canada’s wilderness is the world’s envy. In late May, Canada Warblers arrive in Canadian territory to begin their breeding season. A series of patterned black spots form a "necklace" on its bright yellow breast, but tends to be greyer and less defined in females. SARA encourages the various governments in Canada to cooperate to protect wildlife species in this country. Eighty-five percent of the global breeding population of Canada Warbler occurs in Canada. 0000003221 00000 n The Minister of the Environment and Minister responsible for the Parks Canada Agency is the competent minister under SARA for the Canada Warbler and has prepared this recovery strategy, as per section 37 of SARA. Other factors believed to impact breeding grounds include certain forestry practices, forest fragmentation from roads and other infrastructure like the seismic lines in Northern Alberta, habitat desiccation from land draining in the south, and climate change – especially in the north. Approximately 80% of the Canada Warbler’s global breeding range is located in Canada, where it breeds in all provinces and territories except Nunavut and Newfoundland and Labrador. For this reason, Canada has a major responsibility for the conservation of this species. for the Cerulean Warbler and has prepared this recovery strategy, as per section 37 of SARA. 0000042472 00000 n Canada Warbler (Cardellina canadensis) is a small forest songbird. The problem is twofold – they don’t see clear windows during the day, and they are attracted to the light they let through at night. The Canada Warbler is also susceptible to window collisions during migration. On the breeding grounds, we are working with the forestry sector, particularly with the Forest Producers Association of Canada (FPAC) and the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI), advocating for practices beneficial to the Canada Warbler. Wingspans of 20-22 cm; body length of 12-15 cm; weight between 9.5 g and 12.5 g, varies before and after migration. Chicks stay in the nest for 10 days after hatching, before venturing out on their own. This warbler is primarily an insectivore, feeding on flying insects such as mosquitoes, butterflies, and moths, as well as spiders. Deforestation and human development projects are of utmost concern. 0000005346 00000 n At night, turn off building lights that attract birds, or close blinds and drapes so the light does not escape. 0000068155 00000 n Species at Risk Registry (SARA) Shade-grown crops are planted under forest canopies which respect the habitat requirements of wildlife, like the Canada Warbler. 0000002395 00000 n Approximately 90 percent of these forests have been cleared for agriculture, fuel wood, cattle production, and the cultivation of plants such as coffee and coca (from which cocaine is derived). Common nest materials include moss, leaf litter, and roots. ���; ��nT��X��C!&[M���Z�#Ze���\qo.��_O�RZM��I!��5��{;��;�`�[E���3)&䴝k;���i�Fv:�F��=�O�����?��]&!4����!�(�tq'Q{�v ����&v�h��%�g��{R���+5���V��5l�w���x�ea���*pm)L�J�K8��=�A'(�m�k�P�M���7��7��|^Ŏ�V��%��D�R�ʣ���;s�wC�~Y�"W��&\�����\���a��!�Z"�Vւ0�%� � ��w-�k��40cC�� ���q�@�����:{[ĩ^�~#�3������Q��x�����ԝ�������}M_Ԛ=)B)PQ/όX��M��Qr�s��0�n����OK�[��u0Ρ}�9K�U�_�ؓƋl��Qg�����ӫڑ[��67©�;#@ح���ݞ 0000004064 00000 n However, they are most commonly found in cool, damp, mixed deciduous-coniferous forests with well-developed shrub layers. Habitat The Canada Warbler uses a … You will be helping to preserve the habitat Canada Warblers use on migration and during their non-breeding season. 0000001736 00000 n Females choose areas ridden with dense ferns, mosses, fallen logs, or tree stumps to build their nests. Search permits. 0000004755 00000 n Eighty-five percent of the global breeding population of Canada Warbler occurs in Canada. 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