This report describes the results of a calving ground photo survey of the Bluenose-East caribou herd conducted in June of 2018 west of Kugluktuk, Nunavut (NU). The survey objective was to estimate abundance of breeding females and overall herd size that could be compared to results of previous calving ground surveys done in 2010, 2013 and 2015.
Monitoring, Research and data, Wildlife and nature
Wildlife Manuscript Report 267. Boulanger, J., B. Croft, J. Adamczewski, H.D. Cluff, M. Campbell, D. Lee and N.C. Larter. 2017. An Estimate of Breeding Females and Analyses of Demographics for the Bathurst Herd of Barren-ground Caribou: 2015 Calving Ground Photographic Survey. 91 pp.
Wildlife Manuscript Report 270. Davison, T., J. Williams and J. Adamczewski. 2017. Aerial Survey of Peary Caribou (Rangifer tarandus pearyi) and Muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) on Banks Island, July 2014. 20 pp.
Wildlife Manuscript Report 257. Larter, N.C., K. Cox, H. Sayine-Crawford, B.T. Elkin, A. Kelly, D.G. Allaire, J. Boulanger. 2016. Regional Differences in the Prevalence of Trichinella spp. in Wolves in the Northwest Territories. 32pp.
Wildlife Manuscript Report 258. Davison T.M., H. Sayine-Crawford, K. Callaghan, J. Pongracz. 2016. Population Estimates of Tuktoyaktuk Peninsula, Cape Bathurst and Bluenose-West Barren-ground Caribou Herds, using Post-calving Photography, July 2012. 38 pp.