Non-Game Animals in the Skagit Valley of BC, Literature Review

Non-Game Animals in the Skagit Valley of BC, Literature Review and Research Directions

by Laurie L. Kremsater
1987


Skagit River-High Ross Dam Controversy: A Case Study of a Canadian-U.S. Transboundary Conflict and Negotiated Resolution

Skagit River-High Ross Dam Controversy: A Case Study of a
Canadian-U.S. Transboundary Conflict and Negotiated Resolution

by
JACQUELINE KROLOPP KIRN, 1987


Spotted Owl Survey in the Skagit River Region of BC, 1986

Spotted Owl Survey in the Skagit River Region of BC, 1986

by Eric D. Forsman nd Barry Booth

The southwest mainland of British Columbia is the only area in Canada where the spotted owl (Strix occldentalls) is known to occur (Bent
1938, Campbell and Campbell 1984).


Pacific Giant Salamander Survey and List of Herpetological Records in the Skagit River Watershed, 1986

Pacific Giant Salamander Survey and List of Herpetological Records in the Skagit River Watershed, 1986

by A. C. M. Farr

A total of 62 creeks were surveyed extensively for Pacific Giant Salamanders in the Skagit River watershed; 15 creeks were surveyed intensively. No Pacific Giant Salamanders were found.


Skagit River Angling, 1986

Skagit River Angling, 1986

Comments and concerns by Skagit Anglers

...to provide the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission with the views of the Skagit Anglers on river angling in the Canadian portion of the Skagit watershed.


Visitor Services Project Report 5, North Cascades National Park Service Complex, 1985

Visitor Services Project Report 5, North Cascades National Park Service Complex, 1985

by Sara B Baldwin, Gary E. Machlis, Darryll R. Johnson

This report describes the results of a visitor mapping program undertaken at the North Cascades National Park Service
Complex during the summer of 1985.


Angler Catch and Use Survey of Ross Reservoir and Canadian Skagit River, 1985

Angler Catch and Use Survey of Ross Reservoir and Canadian Skagit River, 1985

by K. J. Scott and G. R. Peterson, Howard Paish and Associates

At Ross Reservoir, from June 14 to October 31 , 1985, angler effort was estimated at 65,673 hours (14,550 days). An estimated 21,979 rainbow trout were caught of which 83% were harvested.