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Dromedary jumping slugs

March 20, 2013

Nice Globe & Mail interview with NCC CEO John Lounds (March 17, 2013)

“…the two real hot spots are the South Okanagan [in British Columbia] and Southern Ontario’s Carolinian zone. Conservation targets could be grizzly bears, dromedary jumping slugs, or anything rare out on the landscape. It could be migratory stopovers for migrating birds.”


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