Keeping Woodland Caribou in the Boreal Forest: Big Challenge, Immense Opportunity
July 2011 | Report
International Boreal Conservation Science Panel
Woodland caribou, once abundant throughout much of mainland Canada and the northern United States, have been a major source of concern in recent decades due to significant declines in their population and loss of about half of their historic range. This policy brief serves as a guide for conserving woodland caribou over the long term, including proactive steps needed to be taken to ensure this iconic species is not lost forever.
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