Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of Barren-Ground Caribou Part 1.

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Abstract. Observations of wolves (Canis lupus) were recorded during aerial surveys of barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) from May to October over portions of northern Manitoba, northeastern Saskatchewan, and southeastern District of Keewatin, Northwest observations were made over the entire range of the Kaminuriak population of by:   Miller FL () Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou.

Part 2: dentition as an indicator of age and sex; composition and socialization of the population. Can Wildl Serv Rep Ser –87 Google ScholarCited by:   North American caribou are commonly assigned to herds, based on the traditional use of seasonal ranges, particularly areas used during the calving season [24–26].

In northern Alaska, 4 herds of barren-ground caribou (R.

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granti) have been identified. Recent (–) estimates of abundance of these herds w for the Teshekpuk Cited by:   Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou. Part 2: Dentition as an indicator of age and sex; composition and socialization of the population, 20, Canadian Wildlife Service, Ottawa ().

Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou, Part 1. Canadian Wildlife Service Report Ser Ottawa. 95 pp. Distribution of Barren-Ground caribou harvest in north-central Canada from ear-tag returns.

Canadian Wildlife Service, Occasional pa. Caribou of the Dolphin and Union herd occupy the remainder of Victoria Island and adjacent parts of the mainland and are phenotypically and genetically distinct from both barren-ground caribou and Peary caribou.

Response Statements. Response Statement - Barren-ground Caribou (groenlandicus), Dolphin and Union population (). Reindeer and caribou, respectively Old World and New World forms of Rangifer tarandus, live in large groups in the boreal forest and on the Arctic stocks of reindeer are herded by pastoralists.

This article reviews the ecology, breeding biology Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of Barren-Ground Caribou Part 1. book herding behaviour of both forms, as revealed by recent field studies. ing caribou in the water after he observed Indians spearing caribou at a traditional water crossing at Duck Lake in northern Manitoba.

The method proved successful when barren-ground cari­ bou from the Kaminuriak Population were tagged at Duck Lake in September (Robertson, ), and was continued there through The Porcupine herd is estimated aroundin population. The Central Arctic population is estimated aro Caribou populations fluctuate constantly.

Caribou are a member of the deer family and they share common traits. Arctic caribou are generally smaller in body size than caribou of the interior and Alaska Peninsula. While our new caribou hunts will be slightly more physically demanding, they will still contain elements of ease and convenience not normally associated with hunts this remote.

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The dates of the and mating seasons for the Kaminuriak barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) population were estimated by examination of the reproductive organs of '" Biology of the Kaminuriak Population of barren-ground earibou 60 Uo3~(j '5 S la / 3 9 ; g Il fi Part 3: Taiga win ter range relationships anddiet by Donald R.

Miller Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series Number 36 A series to consist of four parts: Part 1: Total numbers, mortality, recruitment. The following cover and frequency percentages were found in black spruce stands in interior Alaska: Stage Years after fire Frequency(%) Cover(%) _____ Newly burned 0 - 1 less than Moss-herb 1 - 5 Tall shrub-sapling 5 - 30 Dense tree 30 - 55 Mixed hardwood-spruce 55 - 90 Spruce 90 - +   More information: Brenda L.

Parlee et al. Undermining subsistence: Barren-ground caribou in a "tragedy of open access", Science Advances (). DOI: /sciadv Abstract. Miller, F.L. Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou Part 2: Dentition as an indicator of sex and age; composition and socialization of the population.

- Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series 1– Google Scholar. Barren-ground Caribou are characterized by long migrations and highly gregarious behaviour, often travelling in groups of hundreds or thousands.

As a relatively large herbivore with an extensive distribution and high numbers, Barren-ground Caribou is a keystone species, playing a key ecological and cultural role in northern ecosystems. Abstract.

The influence of age and reproductive status on body composition was studied in 38 female Svalbard reindeer, Rangifer tarandus platyrhynchus, shot in late autumn and early winter as part of an investigation of the causes of periodic low fecundity in this tating females were on average heavier and fatter than lactating females.

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The best deer, elk, bear and other big game outfitters in Texas, Colorado and beyond are right here on Guidefitter. This indicator measures the trend in population sizes of barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) herds in the NWT.

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Information on Peary caribou (R. pearyi) and boreal caribou (R.t. caribou) is presented in the SPECIES AT RISK focal point. Barren-ground caribou. Population estimates are calculated and tracked to monitor the status of caribou herds (size and.

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The barren-ground caribou (Rangifer tarandus groenlandicus) is a subspecies of the reindeer (or the caribou in North America) that is found mainly in the Canadian territories of Nunavut and the Northwest Territories, as well as in Kitaa, sometimes includes the similar-looking Porcupine caribou, in which case the barren-ground caribou is also found in Alaska.

1. Introduction. Information on levels and spatial variation of contaminant exposure of Arctic and High Arctic terrestrial wildlife species has increased since being identified as a major data gap in Arctic contaminant research (), but is still recent work, particularly on caribou and polar bears, indicates substantial geographic variation in the concentrations of various.

Miller, F.L. Biology of the Kaminuriak population of. barren-ground caribou Part 2: Dentition as an indicator of. sex and age; composition and socialization of the popula-tion. - Canadian. or dressed weight of female barren-ground canbou (Dauphine ), wild reindeer (Reimers a), and domestic reindeer (Eloranta and Nieminen ) in autumn.

Similarly, pregnancy rate based on winter collections has been shown to vary directly with the intact or dressed weight of barren-ground caribou (Thomas and Kiliaan ).

Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou. Part 1. Total numbers, mortality, recruitment, and seasonal distribution. Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series, no. Canadian Wildlife Service, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. WR Pereira, M. Effects of human and wolf (Canis lupus) presence on a roe deer.

The boreal woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), also known as woodland caribou, boreal forest caribou and forest-dwelling caribou, is a North American subspecies of the reindeer (or the caribou in North America) with the vast majority of animals in the Porcupine caribou and barren-ground caribou, boreal woodland caribou are primarily, but not always, sedentary.Biology of the Kaminuriak population of barren-ground caribou: Part 2.

Dentition as an indicator of sex and age; composition and socialization of the population. Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series No.

87 pages.Peary caribou occur as at least 4 distinct populations: (1) Queen Elizabeth Islands; (2) Banks Island and northwestern Victoria Island; (3) Prince of Wales Island and Somerset Island, and (4) Boothia Peninsula. The “Dolphin and Union” barren-ground caribou are included in this report because they were included in the previous COSEWIC.