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- Caribou were reintroduced to the Nushagak Peninsula on the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge after an absence of more than 100 years.
- Caribou are herbivores that live in Arctic regions.
- Caribou are known to travel far in one year.
- Caribou are fascinating creatures here on the Kenai Peninsula.
- Caribou are occasionally seen in hay fields on private lands near the road.
- The western limit for both caribou and bears is on Unimak Island, first in the Aleutian chain.
- During the October composition estimate, agency staff use small airplanes and radio-telemetry to find groups of caribou.
- Deltana Outfitters - Offers fair chase hunts for caribou, moose, brown bear and Dall sheep.
- The report concluded that oil development and production in the 1002 Area would have major effects on the Porcupine Caribou herd and muskoxen.
- Brown bears, gray wolves, caribou, Dall sheep, and wolverines are common denizens in the Alaska Range.
- Bull means any male moose, caribou, elk, or musk oxen.
- The Nushagak Peninsula is home to a caribou herd that was transplanted to Togiak Refuge in 1988.
- Renfro's Alaskan Adventures - Guided and unguided caribou, bear, and moose hunts.
- Moose, caribou, and brown bear can be seen throughout the park.
- Herds of caribou roam throughout the park.
- 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.
- In addition to fully guided hunts with all the trimmings, Wener also offers drop-off hunts for moose and caribou.
- Summer is the time of life as caribou calve, buds turn to leaves, mosquitoes hatch, and salmon return to spawn.
- Even though the caribou clearly avoid roads, they must travel across roads to get back and forth from winter to summer ranges.
- 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.
- In 1988, caribou were reintroduced to the Nushagak Peninsula on the Togiak National Wildlife Refuge after an absence of more than 100 years.
- In 1988, caribou were reintroduced to the Nushagak Peninsula on the Togiak Refuge after an absence of more than 100 years.
- These exclosures will be monitored to document changes in vegetation composition and abundance in the absence of grazing by caribou.
- Revised the customary and traditional use determination for caribou in Unit 26(B). Revised the season for sheep in a portion of Unit 24.
- Four W Air - Air taxi operator offers unguided, drop off hunts for caribou, moose and black bear.
- 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.
- The Refuge also has been monitoring the range and seasonal movements of the caribou herd.
- Salmon runs are world famous as well as trophy hunting for moose and caribou, duck and goose.
- Moose, brown bears, caribou, Arctic foxes, and Alaskan hares are common.
- Black bear and caribou are more common in the northern and eastern areas.
- A caribou herd, moose habitat, a humpback-feeding beach and seals usually add to the day's sightings.
- World class fishing on the Kenai River also hunting for Moose, Caribou and Brown Bear.
- It is a world out of a dream, a land of caribou, moose and wolves.
- Alaska's Bristol Bay supports the largest sockeye salmon population in the world and is rich in wildlife including moose, brown bear and caribou.
- Hunt Interior Alaska with Gardner Hunting - Offering hunts for moose, caribou, sheep and bear.
- George Siavelis - Fair chase hunting for moose, caribou, sheep and bear, and fishing.
- Hunting for subsistence, primarily caribou, moose, and sheep is still common in the state, particularly in remote Bush communities.
- Aniak Air Guides - Offering unguided and fully-guided moose, bear and caribou hunts, and fishing trips to Alaska and Costa Rica.
- Caribou in Alaska are abundant; currently there are an estimated 950,000 in the state.
- 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.
- As a faunal extension of the Alaska Peninsula, Unimak has a relatively diverse assemblage of terrestrial mammals, including brown bears and caribou.
- Other Caribou entered commercial service after being retired from their military users.
- Herbivores on the tundra include the Arctic hare, lemming, muskox, and caribou.
- There you will experience the quiet lakes of the tundra, a birder's paradise, while watching for caribou, or experience excellent fishing for grayling.
- This is some of the most beautiful and protected tundra in Norway and home of Norway's largest herds of wild reindeer, called caribou.
- The book has pages on the moose, cougar, loon, Canada goose, muskrat, Arctic Fox, Arctic hare, caribou, polar bear, and beaver.
- Hunting and guiding services offered for dall sheep, caribou, and moose in the Mackenzie Mountains of the Northwest Territories, Canada.
- The most southern herd of woodland caribou in Canada are along the east side of Lake Winnipeg.
- 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.
- The Porcupine caribou herd migrates to the coastal plain in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) in Alaska to give birth.
- The region is also home to caribou, brown and black bear, moose, sandhill cranes, and myriad migratory birds.
- Alaska Peninsula is home to moose, caribou, wolves and more than 250 bird species including the bald eagle.
- The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge is home to many species, including caribou.
- Arctic char are found in groundwater fed springs and streams and Dall sheep, grey wolves, brown bears, and caribou inhabit surrounding mountains.
- Other animals that live in this biome include polar bears, Arctic foxes, caribou, and grey wolves.
- The caribou crossed the river into Canada near the mouth of the Fortymile River where it flows into the Yukon.
- The Kenai River and its surrounding areas are also habitat for bald eagles, bear, moose, caribou, wolves, and other Alaskan wildlife.
- The Nushagak River and its surrounding areas are also habitat for bald eagles, bear, moose, caribou, wolves, and other Alaskan wildlife.
- 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.
- They also hunt seals, walrus, beluga whales, caribou and birds.
- Its best-known denizen, the Dall sheep, roams throughout the area along with mountain goats, brown bears, caribou, wolverines, and gray wolves.
- Watch for caribou, moose, Dall sheep, grizzly bears, resident & migratory birds, and weather permitting, the tallest peak in North America, Denali.
- Westwind Guide Service - Providing hunts for brown bear, grizzly, moose, mulchatna caribou, and black bear.
- Providing hunts for brown, grizzly, and black bear, moose, and mulchatna caribou.
- Besides the famous McNeil River and Katmai brown bear populations, large herds of caribou, moose, wolves and waterfowl inhabit the area.
- 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.
- Arctic Alaska Guide Service - Fully guided hunts for dall sheep, grizzly bear, moose, caribou, and wolf.
- Rainbow River Lodge - Offers hunts for grizzly bear, moose, caribou, upland birds and waterfowl, and fly fishing.
- Castle Rock Outfitters - Offers hunts for moose, Dall sheep, grizzly bear, and permit trophy caribou.
- Caribou, moose, snowshoe hares, marten, lynx, black bear, and wolverine are abundant mammals.
- True North Adventures - Guided and unguided hunts for Sitka blacktail deer, black bear, brown bear, moose, caribou, and duck.
- 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.
- Offers hunting for brown bear, grizzly, Dall sheep, and caribou, as well as trips to Russia, Kazakhstan and Tajikistan.
- Hunting for subsistence, primarily caribou, moose, and Dall sheep is still common in the state, particularly in remote Bush communities.
- Surrounding the tallest mountain peak in North America, grizzly bears, caribou, Dall sheep, marmots and wolves, all roam the park.
- Caribou and sheep are found in the mountains of the Alaska Range.
- Brown bears, wolverine, Dall sheep, caribou, lemmings, and pikas are common inhabitants of these mountains.
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