Lake Superior's last caribou nearly gone; Ontario rushes to move remaining herd to avoid wolves December 10, 2017 Minnesota

Minnesota Deer Population, Management News and Information Archive

....Northern Minnesota was home to woodland caribou for thousands of years, well into the 1900s... they've been gone since the 1940s, pushed out by indiscriminate hunting, logging, fires, deer and wolves...  the planned source of the caribou, the Slate Islands, which had upwards of 650 caribou in the 1990s, is now down to just a few, with those expected to be gone soon ..,

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