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Mountain Caribou Kinley, Trevor
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Abstract: Mountain Caribou depend upon large tracts of old-growth forest in the Interior Wet Belt. Over the past century, old forests in this high snowfall zone of southeastern British Columbia have become far less abundant. Habitat has been lost to fires,timber harvesting,hydroelectric reservoirs, and human settlement. In many places, the remaining habitat occurs in small patches. The loss and fragmentation of old-growth forests may cause caribou to abandon some areas. It also increases the risk that caribou will be killed by predators or poachers, or disturbed by outdoor recreationists. Resource management guidelines have been developed for all herds of Mountain Caribou in British Columbia, and most herds are being monitored, but habitat alteration continues to pose a threat.
 
Kinley, Trevor. 1999. Mountain Caribou. Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks. Species At Risk brochure
 
Topic: Species and Ecosystems at Risk
Keywords: species at risk, sara, mountain caribou, endangered, threatened
ISSN:  Scientific Name: Rangifer tarandus pop. 15
ISBN: 0-7726-7671-2 English Name: Caribou (Northern Mountain Population)
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