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Species (scientific)
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Avalon PeninsulaNewfoundlandOverall population1955-1961Willow ptarmiganLagopus lagopus
13% of the total ptarmigan population was harvested during the October month hunting season
Bergerud and Huxter. Effects of Hunting on Willow Ptarmigan in Newfoundland. 1969. 33(4): 866-870.
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Barren lands outside Nain
LabradorInuit
1940s/1950s
WinterCaribouRangifer tarandusMeat, furRifle
Important for food (sustained families through winter), bedding, clothing. Mother cooked.
Ex. able to shoot 16/20 (p.41)
Igloliorte, J. (1994). An Inuk boy becomes a hunter. Halifax, N.S.: Nimbus.
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850862004Bakeapple
Rubus chamaemorus
Important role in the local economy
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)FishChordata
Whole fish and by-products of the commercial industries, especially cod heads and cod tongues
Fishing
Largest part of the diet for the season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)Atlantic CodGadus morhua
Most consumed fish species for the season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)SealsPinnipediaCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)DolphinsCetaceaCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)PorpoisesPhocoenidaeCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)BirdsAves
2% of the total volume of country food in this community for the season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)Grey sealHalichoerus grypus
69% of the grey seal harvested in this community was during this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)ShellfishN/ASmall quantitiesCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)TurrUria spp.
The birds harvested exclusively
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)Eider DucksLagopus spp.
The birds harvested exclusively
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)Land animalsNA
0% of the total country food harvested for this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Summer (July and August)Country FoodNA
At 3450 kg, 31% was the total volume of country food for this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey31% or 3450 kg is the total volume of country food for this community in this season
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)BerriesNAHarvestedCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)FishChordata
Major food source for this community in this season providing 85% of the total volume of country food harvested and/or consumed
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)Atlantic codGadus morhua
The fish harvested the most
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)BirdsAves
13% of the country food harvested in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)Eider DucksLagopus spp.
The birds most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)Black DucksOnas rubripes
Important in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)SealsPinnipedia
2-4% of the total harvested food for this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)Grey sealHalichoerus grypus
The seals most harvested in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)Land mammalsNA
0% of the country food harvested in this community in this season; not harvested
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)Atlantic codGadus morhua
Fish most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)ShellfishN/ASmall quantitiesCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1982Late Fall (November and December)BirdsAves
44% of the country food in this community in this season
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)Eider DucksLagopus spp.
Birds most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)SealsPinnipediaSmall quantitiesCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)Land mammalsNASmall quantitiesCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)Harp sealPhoca groenlandica
Seal most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)DolphinsCetaceaNot harvestedCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)Land mammalsNA
Were not harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)Country FoodNA
15% of the total country food harvested in this community was in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Fall (November and December)Country FoodNA
24 kg was the average volume of country food per household
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
SealsPinnipedia
Major harvesting activity, harvested 54% of their annual seal harvest in this season, 35% of the total volume of country food recorded in this community for this season, 13 kg was the average household volume
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
Harp sealPhoca groenlandica
Seal most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
FishChordata
At 50% of the overall total volume of country food harvest, is important in this community for this season with cod and trout as the most harvested
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
Atlantic codGadus morhua
Fish most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
Eider DucksLagopus spp.
Birds most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
Black BearUrsus americanus
Land mammal most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
ShellfishN/ASome harvestsCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
DolphinsCetaceaNot harvestedCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981
Winter (January, February and March)
Country FoodNA
37 kg was the average for household consumption of country food in this community, 23% of the total volume of country food recorded during the year occurred during this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)CaribouRangifer tarandus
Not an important country food source
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)Land mammalsNANot harvestedCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)FishChordata
10 kg was the average per household volume of fish, important in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)Atlantic codGadus morhua
Fish most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)SealsPinnipedia
6 kg is the average household volume of seal, important in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)Harp sealPhoca groenlandica
Seal most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)BirdsAves
6 kg was the average household volume
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)Eider DucksLagopus spp.
Important in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)ShellfishN/ASome harvestsCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Spring (April and May)Country FoodN/A
14% of the total country food harvested were in this season in this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)FishChordata
93% of the total country food volume recorded in this community, animal most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)Atlantic codGadus morhua
Important in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)SealsPinnipedia
6 kg was the total season volume in this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)Harp sealPhoca groenlandica
Seal most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)Migratory birdsNAOccasional harvestsCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)TurrUria spp.
Important in this community for this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)Land mammalsNANot harvestedCountry Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Late Spring (June)Country FoodN/A
7% of the total volume of country food harvested was in the community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearCountry FoodN/A
5,513 kg total volume of fish, birds, and mammals throughout the year
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearCountry FoodN/A
Most wild foods harvested were in the summer when large volumes of fish were recorded
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearCountry FoodN/A
Least wild foods harvested were in the late spring
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981Early Fall (September and October)BerriesN/A
137 kg, important to this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearFishChordata
Largest volume of country food that contributed to the subsistence economy of this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearAtlantic codGadus morhua
Fish most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
70
Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearAtlantic salmonSalmo salar
Fish most harvested in this community in this season
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearShellfishN/A
Didn't contribute much to the country food harvests, some harvests
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearDolphinsCetacea
Didn't contribute much to the country food harvests, some harvests
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearSealsPinnipedia
Important in this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearJar sealPhoca hispida
Important in this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearHarp sealPhoca groenlandica
Important in this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearWaterfowl, birdsAnseriformes, Aves
Important in this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Black TickleLabrador53.469545-55.7850861980-1981YearEider DucksLagopus spp.
Important in this community
Country Food Use in Selected Labrador Coast Communities: Comparative Report June-July 1980 and June-July 1981 by Mary G. Alton Mackey
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandHerringClupea harengusCommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandLobsterNephropidaeCommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandCodGadus spp.
Recreational, Commercial
Lowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandFishChordata
Consumed most frequently in summer and least in winter
Lowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandGroundfishN/ALowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandAtlantic salmonSalmo salarRecreationalLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandCrabBrachyuraCommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandMackerelN/ACommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandHalibut
Hippoglossus hippoglossus
CommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandCapelinMallotus villosusCommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandShrimpCrustaceaCommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandTurbot
Scophthalmus maximus
CommercialLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandTroutSalmoninaeRecreationalLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandSmeltOsmarus sp.RecreationalLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Bonne BayNewfoundlandMooseAlces alcesMeatLowitt. A coastal foodscape: examining the relationship between changing fisheries and community food security on the west coast of Newfoundland. Ecology and Society. 2014. 19(3): 48.
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Burin PeninsulaNewfoundland47.375287-55.0847582011CodGadus morhua?Trina Appleby, et al. 2011. Burin Peninsula Community-led Food Assessment
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Burin PeninsulaNewfoundland47.375287-55.0847582011Other fishChordataTrina Appleby, et al. 2011. Burin Peninsula Community-led Food Assessment
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Burin PeninsulaNewfoundland47.375287-55.0847582011LobsterNephropidaeTrina Appleby, et al. 2011. Burin Peninsula Community-led Food Assessment
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Burin PeninsulaNewfoundland47.375287-55.0847582011BerriesN/ATrina Appleby, et al. 2011. Burin Peninsula Community-led Food Assessment
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CharlottetownLabrador52.765825-56.138444
Metis / Southern Inuit
2004Atlantic salmonSalmo salar1.) The ethnoecology and reproductive ecology of bakeapple (Rubus chamaemorus L., Rosaceae) in southern LabradorAmanda Karst B.Sc., University of Regina, 2002
Master’s Thesis; 2.) Amanda L. Karst, Nancy J. Turner. 2011. Local Ecological Knowledge and Importance of Bakeapple (Rubus
chamaemorus L.) in a Southeast Labrador Métis Community. Ethnobiology Letters. 2:16-18.
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CharlottetownLabrador52.765825-56.138444
Metis / Southern Inuit
2004Arctic charSalvelinus alpinus1.) The ethnoecology and reproductive ecology of bakeapple (Rubus chamaemorus L., Rosaceae) in southern LabradorAmanda Karst B.Sc., University of Regina, 2002
Master’s Thesis; 2.) Amanda L. Karst, Nancy J. Turner. 2011. Local Ecological Knowledge and Importance of Bakeapple (Rubus
chamaemorus L.) in a Southeast Labrador Métis Community. Ethnobiology Letters. 2:16-18.
99
CharlottetownLabrador52.765825-56.138444
Metis / Southern Inuit
2004Atlantic codGadus morhua1.) The ethnoecology and reproductive ecology of bakeapple (Rubus chamaemorus L., Rosaceae) in southern LabradorAmanda Karst B.Sc., University of Regina, 2002
Master’s Thesis; 2.) Amanda L. Karst, Nancy J. Turner. 2011. Local Ecological Knowledge and Importance of Bakeapple (Rubus
chamaemorus L.) in a Southeast Labrador Métis Community. Ethnobiology Letters. 2:16-18.
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CharlottetownLabrador52.765825-56.138444
Metis / Southern Inuit
2004CapelinMallotus villosus1.) The ethnoecology and reproductive ecology of bakeapple (Rubus chamaemorus L., Rosaceae) in southern LabradorAmanda Karst B.Sc., University of Regina, 2002
Master’s Thesis; 2.) Amanda L. Karst, Nancy J. Turner. 2011. Local Ecological Knowledge and Importance of Bakeapple (Rubus
chamaemorus L.) in a Southeast Labrador Métis Community. Ethnobiology Letters. 2:16-18.