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Twelve herds of mountain caribou remain (shown on the map in pink). They live in the Inland Temperate Rainforest, unique in all the world.

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South Selkirk Mountain Caribou Update

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When I decided to spend last July exploring the world of Mountain Caribou in northeastern Washington and the interior of British Columbia, I thought I understood the basics of the challenges this beautiful creature is facing in the modern world.

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