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Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Caribou in the News end of October 2010

First Nations people, scientists meet to save caribou
Winnipeg Free Press
The North American Caribou Workshop has registered 400 environmentalists, aboriginal leaders, government regulators and scientists, twice as many as ...
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Consultations taking place on George River Caribou
St. John's Telegram
Consultations are taking place in Labrador today and Wednesday on the management of the George River caribou herd. Preliminary census results, from a ...
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Board approves hunt for Nelchina caribou
Anchorage Daily News
AP The Alaska Board of Game has decided to proceed with a community harvest of the Nelchina herd, the state's most sought after caribou. ...
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Bathurst caribou plan to help preserve herd
The Bathurst caribou herd's population has dropped from about 128000 in 2006 to 32000 last year, according to NWT government surveys. ...
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1783520, 2008_1.pdf by Flying in Caribou Country. How to minimize disturbance from aircraft. 2008. Thank you to all the ... aircraft, mineral exploration, government, mining industries and regulatory agencies. for ...
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