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Caribou (Woodland)

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Woodland caribou, found at the Preserve, are larger than barren-ground caribou and travel shorter distances. They spend most of the year in small groups that move between the boreal forest and the open mountain habitats where they travel in summer to escape insects. In recent years, the melting of ice patches high in the mountains of the southern Yukon has revealed the accumulated droppings of thousands of years of caribou generations, along with the beautifully-preserved artifacts of the people who hunted them.

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