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References and Related Online Materials

White-Tailed Deer:

2012-2013. http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/sdd15054/$file/2013-yearbook.pdf?OpenElement 

1999-2008: Government of Alberta Agriculture and Agri-Food.(2009). Alberta Game Farming Industry, 1999-2008 (Table 68). Livestock. Last updated November 9, 2009. http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/sdd12890 (accessed May 14, 2010).

1996-1999: Values taken from a previous version of this same table.

1990-1996: Specialized Livestock; Inventory and Prices Update, March 06, 2002 Ray Nixdorf, Livestock Development Branch, Government of Saskatchewan.

Mule Deer:

See reference for "White-Tailed Deer."

Reindeer:

See reference for "White-Tailed Deer."

Total Deer:

See reference for "White-Tailed Deer."

NOTE: Total deer is equal to white tailed deer plus mule deer plus reindeer.

Elk:

See reference for "White-Tailed Deer."

Bison:

2001, 2006: Statistics Canada. (2007).  Other selected livestock, Canada and provinces, census years 1976 to 2006 (Table 2.15). Selected Historical Data from the Census of Agriculture (Catalogue no. 95-632-XWE). http://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/95-632-x/2007000/t/4185574-eng.htm#48 (accessed June 16, 2010).

1990-2000: Specialized Livestock; Inventory and Prices Update, March 06, 2002 Ray Nixdorf, Livestock Development Branch, Government of Saskatchewan.

Moose:See reference for "Bison."
Wild Boar:See reference for "Bison."
Ostrich:See reference for "Bison."
Emu:See reference for "Bison."
Llama-Alpaca:See reference for "Bison."