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UNIMAK ISLAND
SMALL AIRPLANES
FAIR CHASE
PORCUPINE CARIBOU HERD
WOLVERINES
MUSK OXEN
CARIBOU HERD
UNGUIDED
PARK
MOUTH
ADDITION
SUMMER
WINTER
YEARS
ABSENCE
SEASON
DROP
REFUGE
GOOSE
COMMON
SEALS
KENAI RIVER
WORLD
OFFERING
FISHING
SUBSISTENCE
ALASKA
ALASKA PENINSULA
COMMERCIAL SERVICE
TUNDRA
POLAR BEAR
CANADA
ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
HOME
GREY WOLVES
RIVER
BALD EAGLES
NUSHAGAK RIVER
WALRUS
MOUNTAIN GOATS
GRIZZLY
WATERFOWL
GRIZZLY BEAR
BLACK BEAR
DALL SHEEP
MOUNTAINS
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Definitions

  1. Caribou were reintroduced to the Nushagak Peninsula on the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge after an absence of more than 100 years. (Web site)
  2. Caribou are herbivores that live in Arctic regions. (Web site)
  3. Caribou are known to travel far in one year.
  4. Caribou are fascinating creatures here on the Kenai Peninsula.
  5. Caribou are occasionally seen in hay fields on private lands near the road. (Web site)

Unimak Island

  1. The western limit for both caribou and bears is on Unimak Island, first in the Aleutian chain. (Web site)

Small Airplanes

  1. During the October composition estimate, agency staff use small airplanes and radio-telemetry to find groups of caribou.

Fair Chase

  1. Deltana Outfitters - Offers fair chase hunts for caribou, moose, brown bear and Dall sheep.

Porcupine Caribou Herd

  1. The report concluded that oil development and production in the 1002 Area would have major effects on the Porcupine Caribou herd and muskoxen. (Web site)

Wolverines

  1. Brown bears, gray wolves, caribou, Dall sheep, and wolverines are common denizens in the Alaska Range.

Musk Oxen

  1. Bull means any male moose, caribou, elk, or musk oxen. (Web site)

Caribou Herd

  1. The Nushagak Peninsula is home to a caribou herd that was transplanted to Togiak Refuge in 1988.

Unguided

  1. Renfro's Alaskan Adventures - Guided and unguided caribou, bear, and moose hunts.

Park

  1. Moose, caribou, and brown bear can be seen throughout the park.
  2. Herds of caribou roam throughout the park.

Mouth

  1. It has a meander length of approximately 40 km from its source in Caribou Bog near Berwick to its mouth near Wolfville on the Minas Basin.

Addition

  1. In addition to fully guided hunts with all the trimmings, Wener also offers drop-off hunts for moose and caribou.

Summer

  1. Summer is the time of life as caribou calve, buds turn to leaves, mosquitoes hatch, and salmon return to spawn. (Web site)

Winter

  1. Even though the caribou clearly avoid roads, they must travel across roads to get back and forth from winter to summer ranges.

Years

  1. I have spent years following the wildlife as a photographer (35 years now) and truth be known, the caribou have no problems with the oil pipeline.

Absence

  1. In 1988, caribou were reintroduced to the Nushagak Peninsula on the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge after an absence of more than 100 years.
  2. In 1988, caribou were reintroduced to the Nushagak Peninsula on the Togiak Refuge after an absence of more than 100 years. (Web site)
  3. These exclosures will be monitored to document changes in vegetation composition and abundance in the absence of grazing by caribou. (Web site)

Season

  1. Revised the customary and traditional use determination for caribou in Unit 26(B). Revised the season for sheep in a portion of Unit 24. (Web site)

Drop

  1. Four W Air - Air taxi operator offers unguided, drop off hunts for caribou, moose and black bear. (Web site)

Refuge

  1. More than 150,000 caribou from two different herds are found on Togiak Refuge seasonally, and the refuge also supports moose, brown bears and wolves. (Web site)
  2. The Refuge also has been monitoring the range and seasonal movements of the caribou herd. (Web site)

Goose

  1. Salmon runs are world famous as well as trophy hunting for moose and caribou, duck and goose. (Web site)

Common

  1. Moose, brown bears, caribou, Arctic foxes, and Alaskan hares are common.
  2. Black bear and caribou are more common in the northern and eastern areas.

Seals

  1. A caribou herd, moose habitat, a humpback-feeding beach and seals usually add to the day's sightings. (Web site)

Kenai River

  1. World class fishing on the Kenai River also hunting for Moose, Caribou and Brown Bear.

World

  1. It is a world out of a dream, a land of caribou, moose and wolves. (Web site)
  2. Alaska's Bristol Bay supports the largest sockeye salmon population in the world and is rich in wildlife including moose, brown bear and caribou. (Web site)

Offering

  1. Hunt Interior Alaska with Gardner Hunting - Offering hunts for moose, caribou, sheep and bear.

Fishing

  1. George Siavelis - Fair chase hunting for moose, caribou, sheep and bear, and fishing.

Subsistence

  1. Hunting for subsistence, primarily caribou, moose, and sheep is still common in the state, particularly in remote Bush communities. (Web site)

Alaska

  1. Aniak Air Guides - Offering unguided and fully-guided moose, bear and caribou hunts, and fishing trips to Alaska and Costa Rica.
  2. Caribou in Alaska are abundant; currently there are an estimated 950,000 in the state. (Web site)

Alaska Peninsula

  1. During the post-calving count, Refuge and ADF&G staffs use small airplanes to search the count area on the upper Alaska Peninsula for caribou. (Web site)
  2. As a faunal extension of the Alaska Peninsula, Unimak has a relatively diverse assemblage of terrestrial mammals, including brown bears and caribou. (Web site)

Commercial Service

  1. Other Caribou entered commercial service after being retired from their military users. (Web site)

Tundra

  1. Herbivores on the tundra include the Arctic hare, lemming, muskox, and caribou. (Web site)
  2. There you will experience the quiet lakes of the tundra, a birder's paradise, while watching for caribou, or experience excellent fishing for grayling. (Web site)
  3. This is some of the most beautiful and protected tundra in Norway and home of Norway's largest herds of wild reindeer, called caribou. (Web site)

Polar Bear

  1. The book has pages on the moose, cougar, loon, Canada goose, muskrat, Arctic Fox, Arctic hare, caribou, polar bear, and beaver. (Web site)

Canada

  1. Hunting and guiding services offered for dall sheep, caribou, and moose in the Mackenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories, Canada.
  2. The most southern herd of woodland caribou in Canada are along the east side of Lake Winnipeg.

Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

  1. Please retain the 200,000 plus ecological niche workers (caribou) at the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: they have at least 20,000 years of tenure on site. (Web site)
  2. The Porcupine caribou herd migrates to the coastal plain in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska to give birth.

Home

  1. The region is also home to caribou, brown and black bear, moose, sandhill cranes, and myriad migratory birds.
  2. Alaska Peninsula is home to moose, caribou, wolves and more than 250 bird species including the bald eagle.
  3. The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is home to many species, including caribou.

Grey Wolves

  1. Arctic char are found in groundwater fed springs and streams and Dall sheep, grey wolves, brown bears, and caribou inhabit surrounding mountains.
  2. Other animals that live in this biome include polar bears, Arctic foxes, caribou, and grey wolves. (Web site)

River

  1. The caribou crossed the river into Canada near the mouth of the Fortymile River where it flows into the Yukon.

Bald Eagles

  1. The Kenai River and its surrounding areas are also habitat for bald eagles, bear, moose, caribou, wolves, and other Alaskan wildlife.

Nushagak River

  1. The Nushagak River and its surrounding areas are also habitat for bald eagles, bear, moose, caribou, wolves, and other Alaskan wildlife. (Web site)

Walrus

  1. The area is home to caribou, moose, bear, and walrus, as well as small game such as beaver, porcupine, otter, and fox, and varied waterfowl.
  2. They also hunt seals, walrus, beluga whales, caribou and birds.

Mountain Goats

  1. Its best-known denizen, the Dall sheep, roams throughout the area along with mountain goats, brown bears, caribou, wolverines, and gray wolves.

Grizzly

  1. Watch for caribou, moose, Dall sheep, grizzly bears, resident & migratory birds, and weather permitting, the tallest peak in North America, Denali.
  2. Westwind Guide Service - Providing hunts for brown bear, grizzly, moose, mulchatna caribou, and black bear. (Web site)
  3. Providing hunts for brown, grizzly, and black bear, moose, and mulchatna caribou.

Waterfowl

  1. Besides the famous McNeil River and Katmai brown bear populations, large herds of caribou, moose, wolves and waterfowl inhabit the area.
  2. The tranquility of the river during May and June provides our anglers the chance to view wildlife such as moose, caribou, bald eagles and waterfowl.

Grizzly Bear

  1. Arctic Alaska Guide Service - Fully guided hunts for dall sheep, grizzly bear, moose, caribou, and wolf.
  2. Rainbow River Lodge - Offers hunts for grizzly bear, moose, caribou, upland birds and waterfowl, and fly fishing.
  3. Castle Rock Outfitters - Offers hunts for moose, Dall sheep, grizzly bear, and permit trophy caribou.

Black Bear

  1. Caribou, moose, snowshoe hares, marten, lynx, black bear, and wolverine are abundant mammals.
  2. True North Adventures - Guided and unguided hunts for Sitka blacktail deer, black bear, brown bear, moose, caribou, and duck. (Web site)
  3. Denali Park is just a few hours drive from Anchorage with much to see up close and personal: grizzly and black bear, moose, caribou, fox, and Mt.

Dall Sheep

  1. Offers hunting for brown bear, grizzly, Dall sheep, and caribou, as well as trips to Russia, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
  2. Hunting for subsistence, primarily caribou, moose, and Dall sheep is still common in the state, particularly in remote Bush communities.
  3. Surrounding the tallest mountain peak in North America, grizzly bears, caribou, Dall sheep, marmots and wolves, all roam the park. (Web site)

Mountains

  1. Caribou and sheep are found in the mountains of the Alaska Range. (Web site)
  2. Brown bears, wolverine, Dall sheep, caribou, lemmings, and pikas are common inhabitants of these mountains.

Categories

  1. Moose
  2. Wolverine
  3. Wolves
  4. Vertebrates > Mammals > Deer > Elk
  5. Nature > Life > Animals > Hunting

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