Tlall Conservancy is located on Haida Gwaii in the traditional territory of the Haida Nation. The conservancy was created in 2008 and covers 16,231 hectares.
The people of the Haida Nation have occupied and collected food and materials from Tlall since time immemorial. The Haida maintained villages and seasonal camps at nearby Dahua and Skaigha.
The area supports a large variety and number of birds including sandhill crane and trumpeter swan. Several listed species also exist within this area including: two known Northern goshawk nesting areas, one recorded Northern saw-whet owl sighting, and marbled murrelets nesting habitat.
Of recent concern is the presence of introduced mammals of which black-tailed deer and raccoons pose a threat to local ecosystems and species. Several alien invasive plants have also been recorded in the conservancy area including Burdock, Bull thistle, Canada thistle, Sowthistle, and Scotch broom.
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