The Newfoundland Rare Plant Project

Areas Surveyed




Sea Stacks on Pigeon Island, Notre Dame Bay

Sea Stacks on Pigeon Island, Notre Dame Bay





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    Areas visited were chosen because they were known to have, or were considered likely to have, a diverse flora of rare species; and/or because they were known to be threatened by human activity or development. Some of the sites surveyed were within existing or proposed parks or ecological reserves.


    1999:
    • the west coast and the Great Northern Peninsula, from the Port au Port Peninsula to St. Anthony [map]; plus some comparative work in southeastern Labrador
    • coastal limestone barrens

    2000:
    • the west coast and the Great Northern Peninsula, from Port aux Basques to Cape Norman, including the watersheds of the Main and Soufflets Rivers [map]
    • coastal limestone barrens, forests, salt marshes, estuaries, and freshwater aquatic habitats

    2001:





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