Last week we shared some of the good news stories that came out about our recent efforts to protect woodland caribou (not to mention why this protection would be a huge boost for a wide range of birds!). I thought I would follow up and share some of the radio and tv interviews we and [...]
Archive for July, 2011
Preserving woodland caribou could have far-reaching beneficial impacts.
Credit: Howard Sandler.
Last week I wrote about the important policy briefing paper I coauthored along with the International Boreal Conservation Science Panel and some of the world’s most notable caribou experts. I thought I would provide a short follow-up and say that the paper received a great response [...]
Members of the George River herd in Labrador.
Credit: Valerie Courtois, Canadian Boreal Initiative.
Woodland caribou, the nomadic and symbolic creature of Canada’s boreal forest, were once plentiful throughout mainland Canada and the northern United States. The vast stretches of forest throughout this region were perfect for the well-adapted woodland caribou, whose specialized diet allows them to eat [...]