IBA Cape Graham Moore
Bylot Island, Nunavut
Site Summary
NU068 Latitude
72.896° N
76.179° W
0 - 150 m
324.96 km²
coastal cliffs/rocky shores (marine)
Land Use:
Not Utilized (Natural Area)
Potential or ongoing Threats:
Disturbance, Oil slicks, Tourism
IBA Criteria: Globally Significant: Congregatory Species, Colonial Waterbirds/Seabird Concentrations, Continentally Significant: Congregatory Species
Conservation status: Migratory Bird Sanctuary (federal)
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IBA Criteria
SpeciesT | A | I Links Date Season Number G C N
Dovekie 2011 - 2015 SU 20 - 50
Ivory Gull 2013 - 2014 FA 2 - 6
Ivory Gull 2015 SU 4
Note: species shown in bold indicate that the maximum number exceeds at least one of the IBA thresholds (sub-regional, regional or global). The site may still not qualify for that level of IBA if the maximum number reflects an exceptional or historical occurrence.

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