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Red Lily Beetle
May 22nd, 2020: The first reported sightings of the invasive Red Lily Beetle, Lilioceris lilii, happened over the Victoria Long weekend in both Saskatoon and Prince Albert. Time to be on the lookout for this invasive species. Please email records to: invasives.imap@gov.sk.ca and include a photo if possible, or consider getting an iMapInvasives Account to use the iMapInvasives Mobile Field Application to report them and other invasive species directly. See here for detailed reporting guidelines.
Vertebrate and Vascular Plant Species Lists Updated
February 20th, 2020: Please see our Species Lists page for updated vertebrate and vascular plant lists, including the vascular plant accepted and synonym scientific names list and tracked species by ecoregion.
November COSEWIC Assessments
December 5th, 2019: The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) met in November, 2019. As a result, three species that occur in Saskatchewan have new or updated COSEWIC statuses. The Chestnut-collared Longspur has been reassessed from Threatened to Endangered. New to the list are Suckley's Cuckoo Bumble Bee, Threatened, and Plains Hog-nosed Snake, Special Concern. The summary of results can be found on the COSEWIC web site.
Federal Species at Risk Act Amendments
August 28th, 2019: On August 21, an Order to amend Schedule 1 of the Species at Risk Act for 31 freshwater species was published in the Canada Gazette, Part II. In Saskatchewan, the Plains Minnow has been listed as threatened. The SKCDC vertebrate species lists and HABISask have been updated to reflect this change.
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