The purpose of this project was to determine the seasonal habitat requirements and population status of woodland caribou in the Quesnel Highlands, British Columbia. Sixteen to 19 radio-collared caribou were monitored each year between 1984 and 1989 to determine movements, habitat use and population parameters. In addition, four wolves and five moose were monitored by radio-telemetry to determine predator-prey interactions of caribou, wolves, and moose. Wolf control was implemented during the last two study years to evaluate the effect of wolf predation on caribou survival.
Seip, Dale R.. 1992. Habitat Uses and Population Status of Woodland Caribou in the Quesnel Highlands British Columbia. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Wildlife Bulletin. B71