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caribou

Rangifer tarandus caribou (called also Rangifer arcticus). See reindeer.
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Simple Models for Caribou, Moose, and Wolf Populations
In the absence of hunting and predation, caribou reached their carrying capacity (K) in 53 years, with numbers increasing from 16 to 200 individuals in the 1,000-[km.
Combined Model Incorporating Interactions Between Moose, Wolves and Caribou
Scenario 1: moderate moose (9%) and caribou (8%) hunting but no wolf trapping.
Scenario 2: ban on caribou hunting with 9% moose hunting and no wolf trapping.
Scenario 3: intensive wolf trapping (30%) with 9% moose and no caribou hunting.
Scenario 4: increased moose hunting (15%) with no wolf and caribou harvesting.
Activities that may adversely affect caribou and/or their habitat should not be permitted.
The document recommends another round of transplanting caribou from Canada to populate the forests of northeastern Washington.
The owls don't inhabit northern Idaho, but a similar controversy over endangered woodland caribou may be on the horizon.
For now, local industry officials say woodland caribou haven't cost them jobs or reduced timber supplies, but U.
woodland caribou live in Idaho, one of the wildest states in the nation.