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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

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…

Save Our Mountain Caribou Petition delivered to Catherine McKenna!

Thank you for standing up for Mountain Caribou! Last week, long-time Wildsighter Laurel Ralston delivered your Save…

Kimberley volunteers give back to the reindeer this winter

This spring, pregnant female mountain caribou from the South Selkirk herd will give birth in a protected pen…

Mountain caribou need our help: New agreement is all talk, no action

Across BC, our mountain caribou are disappearing. Habitat destruction and threats from all corners have limited mountain caribou…

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