Species Richness and
Prioritization for Wildlife in British Columbia

Methods

Amphibian Species Richness

Prioritization for Amphibians
5 groups, 100% of 18 species

Amphibians Sweeping Other Groups

Reptile Species Richness

Prioritization for Reptiles
5 groups, 100% of 15 species

Reptiles Sweeping Other Groups

Bird Species Richness

Prioritization for Birds
1 group, 69% of 274 species

Prioritization for Birds
2 groups, 82% of 274 species

Prioritization for Birds
3 groups, 91% of 274 species

Prioritization for Birds
4 groups, 93% of 274 species

Prioritization for Birds
5 groups, 96% of 274 species

Prioritization for Birds
14 groups, 100% of 274 species

Birds Sweeping Other Groups

Mammal Species Richness

Prioritization for Mammals
7 groups, 100% of 102 species

Mammals Sweeping Other Groups

All Vertebrates Species Richness

Prioritization for all Vertebrates
10 groups, 98% of 409 species

Prioritization for all Vertebrates
18 groups, 100% of 409 species

COSEWIC Species Richness

Prioritization for COSEWIC Species
15 groups, 95% of 59 species

Prioritization for COSEWIC Species
18 groups, 100% of 59 species

COSEWIC Species Sweeping Other Groups

Bird Species of Concern Richness

Prioritization for Bird Species of Concern
6 groups, 100% of 25 species

Bird Species of Concern Sweeping Other Groups

Gap Analysis

Discussion

Discussion (cont’d)

References