Porcupine caribou herd shows increase
Biologists tally ‘significantly’ more animals than the 123,000 seen in last survey; herd figures prominently in ANWR debate
For Petroleum News
Northern Alaska caribou appear to be flourishing.
The Alaska Department of Fish and Game on Jan. 20 said a new survey has found “significantly greater” numbers in the Porcupine caribou herd than were seen at last count.
“Numbers are higher than we expected to find, and we’re confident the herd has g....
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Other herds also growing
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