Can B.C. help save endangered [mountain] caribou?

Not to be confused with the numerous barren ground caribou or the woodland caribou, the mountain caribou is faltering all over B.C. In the United States it would be, and in fact it is, an endangered species. A tiny herd hangs on in northern Idaho. It wanders back and forth over the border.

This sad situation has been brought on by too much logging old growth forests. Now the B.C. government has a plan, and it’s controversial.

Read in the Globe and Mail, “Can B.C. help save endangered caribou?

Related. Backcountry traveller to present on caribou. Robson Valley Times (B.C.)

More. British Columbia May Kill Cougars, Wolves for Caribou Recovery. By Neville Judd.

On the hunt for the elusive Adirondack wolf

Biologist John Way suggested this article–“On the hunt for the elusive Adirondack wolf.
It seems that the belief that wolves have, or are about to reinhabit the Adirondacks is not new, nor is debate over what the eastern coyote really is.

Weekend photo. Pass Creek Gorge. October 2006

Pass Creek gorge is one of the two routes dirt roads take to cross over the Lost River Range in east central Idaho

Pass Creek Gorge. Lost River Mountains, Idaho. Copyright Ralph Maughan

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