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Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of Barren-Ground Caribou

Canadian Wildlife Service.

Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of Barren-Ground Caribou

Part 2: Dentition as an Indicator of Age and Sex\ Composition and Socialization of the Population.

by Canadian Wildlife Service.

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Published by s.n in S.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

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SeriesReport series (Canadian Wildlife Service) -- 31
ContributionsMiller, F.L.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21911340M

Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou. Part 2: Dentition as an indicator of age and sex; composition and socialization of the population Article. Mountain Caribou. Tombstone Outfitters offers an abundant population of Mountain Caribou. We have over 90% success rate and have been fortunate enough that each season several trophies score well enough to make the record book. The majority of caribou harvested by our hunters will score over B & C.

We hunt trophy Alaska Barren Ground Caribou in the Alaskan Range near the shadows of Denali National Park. The Alaskan Barren Ground species is the largest body sizes and antler sizes of all caribou species in the world. The wide open rolling hills of tundra surrounding the Alaska Range continue to produce tremendous Caribou bulls. Alaska has predominantly the barren-ground subspecies and one small herd of woodland caribou, the Chisana herd, which moves into Canada in the Wrangell-St. Elias area of Southcentral Alaska. Canada has three subspecies, the Peary, woodland and barren-ground. Caribou in Alaska are distributed in 32 herds or populations.

Barren-Ground Caribou Management: The Kaminuriak and Beverly Herds. Paper prepared for the Caribou Management Committee Meeting; paper prepared by Steve Kearney, Northern Resource Development Centre, Churchill, Manitoba, Ap PAM, NR File Species—Barren-ground Caribou—Management—General—Reports, /67–/ Abstract: A large barren‐ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) population (the Bering Seacoast Herd) historically ranged across southwest size of this herd peaked in the early s but declined by the late s. Caribou numbers remained low in southwest Alaska for the next years.


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Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of Barren-Ground Caribou by Canadian Wildlife Service. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou. [G R Parker;]. Get this from a library. Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou.

Part 2, Dentition as an indicator of age and sex ; composition and socialization of the population. [F L Miller; Canadian Wildlife Service,].

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Biology. Emblazoned on millions of Canadian coins for more than 70 years, the caribou is signified by its antlers. The barren ground caribou’s impressive set rises from its head with shorter branches coming forward and a pair of much longer branches, sweeping back and upwards. The ends of the antlers possess finger-like projections.

ing caribou in the water after he observed Indians spearing caribou at a traditional water crossing at Duck Lake in northern Manitoba. The method proved successful when barren-ground cari­ bou from the Kaminuriak Population were tagged at Duck Lake in September (Robertson, ), and was continued there through While our new caribou hunts will be slightly more physically demanding, they will still contain elements of ease and convenience not normally associated with hunts this remote.

Our Central Barren Ground Caribou hunts will still be based out of Thompson and hunters will be required to arrive the day prior to the hunt.

Caribou of the Dolphin and Union herd occupy the remainder of Victoria Island and adjacent parts of the mainland and are phenotypically and genetically distinct from both barren-ground caribou and Peary caribou.

Response Statements. Response Statement - Barren-ground Caribou (groenlandicus), Dolphin and Union population (). Barren-ground Caribou are characterized by long migrations and highly gregarious behaviour, often travelling in groups of hundreds or thousands.

As a relatively large herbivore with an extensive distribution and high numbers, Barren-ground Caribou is a keystone species, playing a key ecological and cultural role in northern ecosystems. The Porcupine herd is estimated aroundin population. The Central Arctic population is estimated aro Caribou populations fluctuate constantly.

Caribou are a member of the deer family and they share common traits. Arctic caribou are generally smaller in body size than caribou of the interior and Alaska Peninsula.

How are barren-ground caribou managed in the NWT. Co-management processes, established under land claim agreements in the Inuvialuit, Gwich'in, Sahtú and Tłı̨chǫ settlement areas provide direction and advice to governments on management of caribou and habitat using traditional and scientific know ledge.

The GNWT also works with Indigenous communities and. The Barren Ground Of Northern Canada Top results of your surfing The Barren Ground Of Northern Canada Start Download Portable Document Format (PDF) and E-books (Electronic Books) Free Online Rating News / is books that can provide inspiration, insight, knowledge to the reader.

where the caribou are is the key to avoiding conflicts between natural resource industries and caribou (Tennenhouse, ). Population surveys conducted on the Qamanirjuaq population of barren-ground caribou have shown an increase f animals in to+, animals in.

13 Outfitters that offer Barren-ground Caribou Hunting Trips, Guides and Oufitters found. We're here to help you plan your next hunting adventure. The best deer, elk, bear and other big game outfitters in Texas, Colorado and beyond are right here on Guidefitter. With their large ranges spanning across Arctic tundra, barren-ground caribou have proven to be a conservation challenge.

This iconic Canadian species needs us to step up. To learn more, visit Peary caribou are found in small groups relative to barren-ground caribou which likely reflects foraging strategies, relatively low caribou densities, and the absence of intense insect harassment. Relative to other caribou, lichens form lower proportions of Peary caribou.

North American caribou are commonly assigned to herds, based on the traditional use of seasonal ranges, particularly areas used during the calving season [24–26].

In northern Alaska, 4 herds of barren-ground caribou (R. granti) have been identified. Recent (–) estimates of abundance of these herds w for the Teshekpuk. Barren-ground Caribou (R.

tarandus groenlandicus), Alaskan Caribou (R. tarandus granti), Peary Caribou (R. tarandus pearyi), and Woodland Caribou (R. tarandus caribou) in North America. The Woodland Caribou includes several ecotypes, which have no formal taxonomic designation but are defined on the basis of distinct patterns of habitat.

This indicator measures the trend in population sizes of barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) herds in the NWT. Information on Peary caribou (R. pearyi) and boreal caribou (R.t.

caribou) is presented in the SPECIES AT RISK focal point. Barren-ground caribou. Population estimates are calculated and tracked to monitor the status of caribou. Caribou and moose browse on bog blueberry.

Canadian Wildlife Service Rep. Series No. Ottawa, ON: Environment Canada, Wildlife Service. 42 p. (Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou; pt 3). [ ] 62 George W. The winter diet of barren-ground caribou in northern Canada.

Canadian Field-Naturalist. More information: Brenda L. Parlee et al. Undermining subsistence: Barren-ground caribou in a "tragedy of open access", Science Advances (). DOI: /sciadv Abstract. Barren-ground caribou (Dolphin and Union population) Scientific name Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus Status Special Concern Reason for designation This population of caribou is endemic to Canada.

Once thought to be extinct, numbers have recovered to perhaps a quarter of the population historic size.Caribou in decline Barren ground caribou herds fluctuate naturally over toyear cycles, but aboriginal groups and government wildlife managers fear that increasing human pressures and Another population in peril is the world’s last 1, mountain caribou, the unique ecotype of woodland caribou.Barren ground caribou.

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