Public Comment Period: Proposed Recovery Strategy for the Dusky Dune Moth in Canada

Proposed Recovery Strategy for the Dusky Dune Moth in Canada
22 Mar 2015

From Canadian Wildlife Service, Prairie & Northern Region, Environment Canada:

We are looking for your help in recovery planning for the Dusky Dune Moth (Copablepharon longipenne), a medium-sized moth listed as Endangered under the federalSpecies at Risk Act.  Please see the enclosed Summary of the Proposed Recovery Strategy to learn more about this species.

Environment Canada is committed to working with interested parties to help in recovering species at risk. The Species at Risk Act supports this commitment by providing opportunities to comment on proposed recovery documents.  Input received from interested parties is valuable in helping Environment Canada to revise and finalize these documents.

The proposed Recovery Strategy for the Dusky Dune Moth in Canada was posted on the Species at Risk Registry on January 21, 2015 for a 60-day public comment period, which ends on March 22, 2015.  We encourage you to become involved in one of the following ways:

  1. Read the full Recovery Strategy and provide your comments online at:
  2. Send us your comments by e-mail or mail at:

    Email: [email protected]
    Mail:    Environment Canada, 9250-49 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T6B 1K5
  3. Contact us by telephone at: 1-855-245-0331 (toll free) 

We have attached a summary of the recovery strategy and would be happy to send a hard copy of the full document upon request.  A questionnaire to help guide your feedback has also been attached.  Following the end of this public comment period, we will finalize the document based upon all of the input and comments received.

To learn more about species at risk in Canada and what is being done to help them, please visit the Species at Risk Public Registry at