Canadian Geographic Article Index
Articles tagged with Caribou (12)
Conserving the Porcupine Caribou
The balance between protecting the caribou and ensuring aboriginal hunting rights
War for the woods
Environmentalists on one side, the forestry industry on the other. How did two groups with different aims call a truce and sign the historic Boreal Forest Agreement?
Caribou in decline
What's causing the rapid collapse of caribou herds — humans, climate or natural cycles?
Caribou in Canada
Across the country, caribou are struggling to survive in their ever-changing habitat. Facing a modern world, they are losing the battle
Coyotes on ice
Many Newfoundlanders blame the coyote for declining caribou numbers. Hunters want an island-wide cull, while biologists say the wily newcomers can't be eliminated.
A biologist groom and his filmmaker bride become engaged with a caribou herd's ancient cycle of life
Caribou at the abyss
The peak thrills of powderhounds and snowmobilers may be driving mountain caribou to extinction
Drilling for oil in caribou calving grounds on Alaska’s Arctic coast seems imminent. Can the herd, already in decline, survive the intrusion?