barren ground caribou


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Noun1.Barren Ground caribou - of tundra of northern Canadabarren ground caribou - of tundra of northern Canada; in some classifications included in the species Rangifer tarandus
caribou, Greenland caribou, Rangifer tarandus, reindeer - Arctic deer with large antlers in both sexes; called `reindeer' in Eurasia and `caribou' in North America
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Available big game on the mainland include Central Canada barren ground caribou, barren ground grizzly, and muskox.
Calving ground surveys of the Ahiak herd of barren ground caribou June 2006-2008.
The Bathurst barren ground caribou herd in the Northwest Territories was 470,000 in 1986, but has dropped to 22,000 today.
Her paper is based on extensive research she conducted into the relationship between barren ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus) and people in the Dene community of Lutsel K'e on the eastern arm of Great Slave Lake, in Canada's Northwest Territories.
One June week on the "Coastal Plain" of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, birthing of tens of thousands of Barren Ground Caribou calves.
22) Their assignment was to capture footage of large numbers of barren ground caribou on the move at a location where Native hunters would have attempted to encounter them.
The barren ground caribou frequented much of northern Saskatchewan and occasionally wintered in areas as far south as the Churchill River (see Map 1).
Behavioral patterns of barren ground caribou of the Central Arctic herd adjacent to the Trans-Alaska oil pipeline.
APPROACHING THE TOP OF THE RIDGE, I spotted another nice-looking barren ground caribou shed antler up ahead of me.
The next year I went to the Canadian Yukon for barren ground caribou and threw in a dall sheep for good measure.
Chuck Adams was years away from coining the "Super Slam" term encompassing North America's 27--now 29, with the inclusion of central barren ground caribou and California Tule elk.
In many regions of northern Canada, recent declines in barren ground caribou populations, including the Porcupine caribou herd, have been a key issue for policy, research, and public debate.