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Caribou: Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish ...

Caribou Caribou ( Rangifer tarandus ) live in the arctic tundra, mountain tundra, and northern forests of North America, Russia, and Scandinavia. The world population is about 5 million.

Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou)

Caribou are the largest members of the reindeer family ( Rangifer tarandus ) and are native to the arctic and sub-arctic regions of Siberia, North America and Greenland.

THE C-7A CARIBOU

DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION, Headquarters Seventh Air Force TAN SON NHUT AIR BASE, REPUBLIC OF VIETNAM APO San Francisco 96307 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 5-67-151 THE C-7A CARIBOU In 1962, when this STOL (short take off and landing) assault airl ift aircraft made its debut in South Vietnam, it ...

Parasites of Caribou: Tapeworm Cysts

Introduction All wild animals carry diseases. In some cases, these might be of concern if they can spread to humans or domestic animals. In other cases, they might be of interest if they impact on the health of our wild herds, or simply if they have been noticed by hunters and you would like to ...

Caribou Area Chamber of Commerce 24 Sweden St Suite 101 ...

TO: Community Members FROM: Caribou Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry RE: Caribou Cares about Kids Parade August 12 th, 2011 We would like to invite you to participate in the Annual Caribou Cares About Kids Parade, on Friday, August 12 th, beginning at 6 p.m. with the line up at 5 p.m.

Replacing the Caribou:

The unique Caribou Why then is the Caribou so valuable to the ADF as atactical airlifter and why is finding and funding a replacement such a dilemma?

Selkirk Mountain Caribou

1.0 s.YEAR REVIEW Southern Setkirk Mountain C aribou Popula tionl Rangifer tar andus cørib ou GENERAL INFORMATION 1.1 Reviewers Lead Regional Office: Region 1, Portland, Oregon Lead Field Office: Upper Columbia Fish and Wildlife Office, Spokane, WA Cooperating Field OffTce: NA Cooperating ...

The Beverly Caribou Herd — Continental Wilderness Travelers

November 1999 1 The Beverly Caribou Herd — Continental Wilderness Travelers by Leslie Wakelyn Range location and use: Beverly caribou have migrated across the northern Canadian landscape for thousands of years, traveling as far as 2000 kilometres each year.

TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE ON CARIBOU ECOLOGY: VEGETATION ...

1 1. SUMMARY This study is a part of a study on contaminants in a northern terrestrial environment. It is well recognized that a wealth of traditional knowledge (TK) exist about the ecology of caribou, and that TK may illuminate the contaminants' study.

A. Status of the Species

Biological Opinion - Modified Idaho Roadless Rule 14420-2008-F-0586 CHAPTER IV: SELKIRK MOUNTAINS WOODLAND CARIBOU A. Status of the Species 1. Listing History In 1980, the Service received two petitions to list the Selkirk Mountains population of caribou as endangered under the Act: one from the ...