The New York Times reports on a new study on Caribou migration Caribou, those stately ungulates from North America, have “long been credited with the world’s longest migration,” said Kyle Joly, a wildlife biologist with the National Park Service who studies caribou, and is the report’s lead author. But for decades, that claim relied on a […]

via Still the Undisputed Champs of Mammalian Migrations — Natural History Wanderings

Trout Creek was a mellow little hideaway on the Clark Fork. We had an easy nights rest in the quiet campground. Cali and I went out early and spotted some white tailed deer foraging in the field next door. We topped up the propane and were on highway 200 by 10:30 after a long conversation […]

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Khutzeymateen Provincial Park, also known as K’tzim-a-deen Grizzly Sanctuary, is a wild, way-off-the-beaten-path land and marine park established specifically to safeguard grizzly bears and their habitat. Scientists estimate that about 50 grizzlies are protected by the no-hunting restrictions of the remote rain forest sanctuary. The only way to see the resident grizzlies is from a […]

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