Caribou Hunting News

Labrador Caribou Hunters Reminded to Follow Regulations
As the caribou hunting season in Labrador continues, the Provincial Government is reminding hunters of their responsibility to be familiar with the regulations governing this activity under the Wildlife Act and the Annual Hunting Orders.
British Columbia Snowmobilers Support Recovery of Caribou
Snowmobile clubs in the Thompson, Kootenay and Cariboo regions of British Columbia have signed stewardship management agreements with the Province that will support the recovery of the mountain caribou population, announced Environment Minister Barry Penner.
Northwest Territories Closes Caribou Hunting January 1st
Starting January 1st, barren-ground caribou commercial/meat tag, non-resident and resident harvesting will be closed in the North and South Slave Regions and all harvesting is closed in a new no-hunting conservation zone established north of Yellowknife where the Bathurst caribou herd winters.
Alaska's Fortymile Caribou Hunt Canceled This Year
The winter State of Alaska hunting season for Fortymile Caribou is canceled this year.
North America's Hottest Trophy Areas
Which areas of North America have produced the most Boone and Crockett trophies so far in the new millennium?
Northwest Territories Bathurst Caribou Herd on Accelerated Decline
Results of this summer's photographic survey of the calving grounds of the Bathurst caribou herd confirms an accelerated decline in the number of animals.
Alaska's Winter Fortymile Caribou Hunt Canceled
The winter State of Alaska hunting season for Fortymile Caribou will not be held this year because the herd's harvest quota for the entire year was unexpectedly exceeded in a short three-day fall season.
Newfoundland and Labrador Boreal Woodland Caribou are Protected
The Government of Newfoundland and Labrador warned today that it will not tolerate the killing of the threatened boreal woodland caribou in Labrador, and that provincial conservation officers will enforce the laws that protect the animals.
British Columbia Closes Areas for Caribou Recovery
The Ministry of Environment announces that effective February 15, 2009, approximately 1 million hectares of land is closed to the use of snowmobiles to support Mountain Caribou recovery.
Northwest Territories Caribou Study Methods Supported
An independent report on barren-ground caribou studies in the Northwest Territories supports the scientific methodologies used by the Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT).