Optimistic policy is not what Woodland Caribou need

 

   

Optimistic policy is not what Woodland Caribou need

 

The federal Recovery Strategy for the Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), Boreal population, in Canada was posted recently and the outlook remains bleak for Alberta’s caribou herds. The focus of much of much of the Recovery Strategy is rightly on critical habitat and reducing habitat disturbance.

 

Read “Optimistic policy is not what Woodland Caribou need” on the ELC blog.

 


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