Progress Report on the Conservation and Recovery of Boreal Caribou in the Northwest Territories published

Boreal Caribou

A recently-released progress report by the Conference of Management Authorities (CMA), a group of wildlife boards and governments with shared responsibility for the conservation and recovery of species at risk in the Northwest Territories, provides a summary of actions taken by the CMA between 2017 and 2021 towards implementing a recovery strategy for boreal caribou.

The document reports on progress towards ensuring adequate habitat and sustainable harvest, as well as implementing collaborative management practices, acquisition of information to inform sound management decisions, and knowledge sharing.

The report can be found here: final_boreal_caribou_progress_report_09nov2022.pdf (

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