Whitebark Pine and Limber Pine

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Provide your input on the updated recovery plan for whitebark pine and limber pine. The current draft combines planning for both endangered species, because of the overlap in their ranges and the similarity in the threats they face.

Whitebark and limber pines have evolved to thrive in some of Alberta's harshest landscapes but recent infestations of mountain pine beetle and white pine blister rust have resulted in a decline in the pines' numbers across their provincial range.

Learn more about Alberta's whitebark and limber pines and the pivotal role they play in sustaining biodiversity:

Living on the Edge: Alberta's Whitebark

Provide your input on the updated recovery plan for whitebark pine and limber pine. The current draft combines planning for both endangered species, because of the overlap in their ranges and the similarity in the threats they face.

Whitebark and limber pines have evolved to thrive in some of Alberta's harshest landscapes but recent infestations of mountain pine beetle and white pine blister rust have resulted in a decline in the pines' numbers across their provincial range.

Learn more about Alberta's whitebark and limber pines and the pivotal role they play in sustaining biodiversity:

Living on the Edge: Alberta's Whitebark and Limber Pine in Alberta



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