Please refer back to these pages often, for we will be updating and adding links on a regular basis.
Quebec Information and activities "en français".
Wildlife Notebook Series - Alaska Department of Fish and GameHome
to the 'Alaska Wildlife Notebook Series' publication.
CircumArctic Rangifer Monitoring & Assessment Network (CARMA) is a response to the Arctic Council's call to monitor Arctic biodiversity in the face of dramatic global changes.
Wikispecies list: Get the lowdown on taxonomy for caribou
Caribou" expedition accounts offer excellent learning resource:
Chisana Caribou Herd (Yukon/Alaska) recovery project -- a unique approach in caribou conservation! - This international herd (Yukon-Alaska) Chisana herd is the only population of woodland caribou in the United States. Their numbers have been shrinking and the average age of the caribou steadily increasing. In order to boost calf survival in this endangered herd, pregnant females were moved into a predator-proof enclosure to raise their young for the first few weeks.
Caribou Tracking by Satellite
Porcupine Caribou Herd
Tracking -This is a cooperative project, between a number of wildlife
agencies and Boards, that uses satellite radio collars to document seasonal
range use and migration patterns of the Porcupine Caribou herd in northern
Yukon, Alaska and NWT (see Journey North below).
Journey North: Tracking Caribou - Excellent new site incorporating satellite data generated by the Porcupine Caribou Herd Satellite Collar Project. Lesson plans, ask-an-expert and more at this site. Well worth a visit!
These pages offer many links to caribou-related sites.
Caribou Info: General Audience
Hinterland Who's Who: Caribou - A Canada-wide look at caribou for general audiences, including a video clip from the old TV spots. (Canadian Wildlife Service.)
Caribou and Reindeer - Short page with good photos and historical observations by 19th century naturalist Edward Nelson. (Smithsonian Institution, US National Museum of Natural History.)
Caribou and Human Culture