Study targets areas to be restored to save the Val d’Or caribou

The study confirms that the caribou's territory is highly degraded. Source: Radio Canada - Marc-André Landry The Council of the Anishnabe Nation of Lac-Simon unveiled Thursday a scientific report that confirms the importance of restoring the habitat of the Val-d'Or caribou to ensure its survival. The study commissioned by Lac-Simon was conducted by biologist Martin-Hugues

Scientific Report – Martin-Hugues St-Laurent & Jacinthe Gosselin

The maintenance and recovery of boreal populations of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) is a critical conservation issue across Canada, with a large majority of local populations currently in decline. These populations, also known as "woodland caribou" in Quebec, are currently recognized as vulnerable under the Quebec Act respecting threatened and vulnerable species, a status

Les caribous de Val-d’Or seront placés en enclos-en

Source: Radio-Canada Publié le 10 février 2020 Le gouvernement du Québec annonce une série de mesures exceptionnelles pour tenter de sauver les derniers caribous de Val-d'Or. Seuls 7 caribous forestiers ont été observés dans le dernier inventaire, selon des chiffres rendus publics aujourd'hui, alors que la harde comptait 18 individus en 2016. Le ministère de la Forêt, de

Val-d’Or Caribou

Val-d'Or Caribou: "If we need a crisis, we'll do it," says the Chief of Lac-Simon Anichinabe leaders denounce the Quebec government's position on the Val-d'Or caribou herd and say they are ready to mobilize. The subject will be discussed in a meeting between the chiefs next week, according to what Radio-Canada has learned. It's very,

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