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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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Latest news related to Mountain Caribou

Speak up: BC must act today to give mountain caribou a tomorrow

The devastating losses of mountain caribou over the past year in the South Purcells and South Selkirks …

If BC won’t act for mountain caribou, the federal government will

Last Friday, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna declared an “imminent threat” to mountain caribou recovery, ordering the BC government…

Four caribou left in South Purcells herd is a dire situation

The results of the spring caribou count are in—there are only four caribou left in the South…

Only three caribou left in South Selkirks herd

Wildsight is mourning the tragic loss of all but three of the South Selkirks caribou herd and is…

Kimberley Kids Gather Food for Our Endangered Mountain Caribou

Earlier this month, Kimberley students in Mrs Strachan-Garrel’s Grade 4/5 class at McKim Middle School…

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