Knowing the Herd: A Summary of Boreal Caribou Monitoring in Canada Part I: Perspectives from the NBCKC Monitoring Working Group

Formed in 2018, the National Boreal Caribou Knowledge Consortium (NBCKC) is a forum for collaboration and information sharing that brings together experts and knowledge holders to support the recovery of boreal caribou across Canada. The NBCKC is coordinated by Environment and Climate Change Canada, but its direction is driven by its members: academics, Indigenous Peoples, government representatives, wildlife co-management boards, industry experts, and environmental organizations. This document was a collaborative effort between Nature United and the National Boreal Caribou Knowledge Consortium. This summary recaps a comprehensive NBCKC report on perspectives related to monitoring boreal caribou from 48 experts and knowledge holders (available here). The NBCKC report was based on direct interviews and experiences expressed and does not represent the opinion of any one group or individual.


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