Environment and Climate Change Canada has posted on the Species at Risk Public Registry the recovery planning documents listed below. These documents are open for a 90-day comment period. The Department will then have 30 days to consider the comments received, after which the final version of the recovery planning documents will be posted on the Public Registry:

•	Recovery Strategy for the Audouin’s Night stalking Tiger Beetle (Omus audouini) in Canada [Proposed]
•	Management Plan for the Red-necked Phalarope (Phalaropus lobatus) in Canada [Proposed] 

These recovery planning documents can be found at: