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Caribou
Raphael Fortier Metivier

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Barren Ground Caribou
Miriam Koerner
'Caribou are like ghosts', the Inuit say. They come from nowhere, fill up the land and disappear again. This photo was taken during a 14-day dog sled expedition into the winter range of the Qamanirjuaq herd. We had seen many tracks, but given up on seeing the elusive animals. We turned our dog teams around and headed south, when out of the blowing snow 8 animals approached us. Soon after we saw hundreds of them trudging in single file across the windy lake. Like the Inuit say, they came out of nowhere and just as quickly disappeared again.
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Caribou/ Rangifer tarandus
Claire Elliott
It's surprising how curious caribou can be, especially the bulls. This bull, from the Bathurst herd, was very happy to check me out while I snapped as many photos as my camera could handle.
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Caribou/ Rangifer tarandus
Claire Elliott
A caribou bull from the Bathurst herd crests the top of an esker. The eskers in the region act as a highway system for the wildlife.
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Caribou
Daniel Smith
This young Caribou was foraging near a pond on the side of the Burgeo Highway. I took several photos of him, but he got spooked when I crouched down to get a different perspective and starred stared right into the camera before running away.
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Caribou
Dave Gallagher
While driving through the Tablelands in Gros Morne National Park we saw a few caribou near Trout River, and stopped to capture a few poses
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Caribou
Mathieu Dumond
Coming back from a camping trip in the fall we encounter a small group of bull caribou. This one was photo happy.
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Caribou
Joseph Ip
Caribou Sighting on Fogo Island.... The caribou hunting season has just started when I visited Fogo Island in September 2010. The animals must have known as it took me 3 days to track down this herd of caribous. I had to make my approach very slowly with my Nikon D300 camera and 70-300mm lens in hand. Finally, I was close enough to fire a single shot, before the caribous all turned around and quickly disappeared. I could not believe that they all looked straight into my camera for the family portrait.
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Caribou
Diane Taylor
I was very fortunate to see the caribou migrating during the wonderful fall colouring.
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Woodland Caribou
Jonathan Anstey
Migrating Caribou leaving the hills and heading for the lowlands to overwinter!! Captured this photo on a late fall hike on the foothills of the North Arm Hills!
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Caribou
Richard Eckert
I spotted some suspicious looking "twigs" poking up out of the subalpine grasses. Sure enough, two caribou! At first they were thinking about leaving but their curiosity got the better of them and they decided to stick around and watch me! They even followed me along the shore after I started to paddle away. (Tuaton Lk. is part of the upper Stikine River system.)
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Caribou
Richard Eckert
I spotted some suspicious looking "twigs" poking up out of the subalpine grasses. Sure enough, two caribou! At first they were thinking about leaving but their curiosity got the better of them and they decided to stick around and watch me! They even followed me along the shore after I started to paddle away. (Tuaton Lk. is part of the upper Stikine River system.)
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caribou
Lisa-Marie Straus
Caribou visting with the tourists..
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Caribou
Lisa-Marie Straus
Caribou enjoying the salt off the highway through Wells, BC
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caribou
Debbie Yandeau

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caribou
Jamie Nicholls
caribou on the move while im hiking in the tundra
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caribou
Jamie Nicholls

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Caribou
George Dean
Saw these two Caribou in an unusual place,a long way from their mountain range