Information on survey protocols can be found on the Government of Saskatchewan Wildlife Research and Projects page. Survey protocols provide instruction and guidance for the preferred methods of carrying out and reporting on wildlife species in Saskatchewan. Please note that new protocols are currently under development and the website is being updated on a live basis, so check back prior to your project to ensure you have the latest information. Survey protocols can be downloaded from the Government of Saskatchewan Publication Centre.
|SKCDC Guidelines for Collecting Spatial Data during Vascular Plant Surveys (last updated Dec 2016)|
|Rare Vascular Plant Survey Quick Reference - DRAFT (last updated Mar 2017)|
|Occupancy Survey Guidelines for Prairie Plant Species at Risk by Darcy C. Henderson, Canadian Wildlife Service - Published by Environment Canada|
|Saskatchewan Research Permit Weather and Environmental Condition Standards|
Standardized loadforms for entering wildlife species observations are available from the Government of Saskatchewan Wildlife Research and Projects page. Please note that new loadforms are currently under development and the website is being updated on a live basis, so check back prior to your project to ensure you have the latest loadforms.
Data and reports submitted through the research permit process should be directed to ENV.email@example.com. This includes surveys where a permit is not required but notification is requested. See the Government of Saskatchewan Wildlife Research and Projects page for details. Please note that this data will be forwarded to the SKCDC, and therefore you only have to submit your data once.
If you are not following the terms of a permit and would like to submit data to the SKCDC, these loadforms may be used to submit data to us. Please visit our page on submitting observations for more details.
The Saskatchewan Activity Restriction Guidelines for Sensitive Species are to assist proponents during the planning of proposed projects. The Activity Restriction Guidelines document can be accessed on the Government of Saskatchewan Research Permit Website, through the following links:
|Saskatchewan Activity Restriction Guidelines for Sensitive Species|
|Saskatchewan Activity Restriction Guidelines for Sensitive Species - Background Information|