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caribou

Rangifer tarandus caribou (called also Rangifer arcticus). See reindeer.
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Photo Via Caribou Coffee CAIRO -- 31 January 2018: We decided to beat the cold and head out to Caribou to try their signature menu, and we were not disappointed.
But in the tiny area shared by whitetails and woodland caribou, the relationship is unique.
A public survey launched today is asking Albertans to help shape the first draft of provincewide caribou range plans.
Continuing its commitment to the Clean Label Standard, Caribou Coffee announced that all of its beverages are going "all natural.
However, caribou was a dietary staple for many Inuit families who moved into Gjoa Haven in the 1950s-70s from their traditional homelands along the northern mainland of Canada, and their seasonal rounds followed caribou migrations (Brice-Bennett, 1976).
APPROACHING THE TOP OF THE RIDGE, I spotted another nice-looking barren ground caribou shed antler up ahead of me.
WITH A RECORDED interview obtained in tine field, the Wildlife Defence League revealed some powerful information: an individual working for the caribou recovery project in British Columbia admitted to fitting a radio collar onto a wolf, then using it to track down and kill the wolfs pack members.
I started hunting the North American caribou in 1997 with a hunt for mountain caribou in Canada's NWT for $3,000.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 12, 2014-Keurig Green Mountain and Caribou Coffee extend partnership with new 10-year agreement
New oil and gas leases, license disturb caribou ranges
Joe liked to play the accordion, or kitoochigan and sing a song inviting the caribou to come, while Cody liked to dance, even at night under the silver moon.
4m) purchase of US coffeehouse operator Caribou Coffee Company Inc (NASDAQ:CBOU).