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Thank you for your interest in caribou management in the NWT!
Information about description, distribution, habitat, harvest and human interactions with Grizzly bears in the NWT.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and different species of insects and spiders in the NWT.
Information about invasive alien species, their harm, and how to keep they from spreading in the Northwest Territories.
Information about the description and distribution of lynx in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution and habitat of marten in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, habitat, harvesting and the cultural importance of moose in the Northwest Territories
Information about description, distribution and harvesting of muskoxen in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and status of polar bears in the Northwest Territories.
Information about description, distribution, habitat and diseases of the red fox in the Northwest Territories.
Information about how to conduct research, view, share and collect data, and the importance of traditional knowledge when conducti
Information about small mammals and hare cycles, surveys, protocols, agencies involved and how you can get involved.
Whooping Crane
Information about species at risk in Canada, our responsibility, the federal and territorial Species at Risk acts and stewardship.
Programs and services to support NWT trappers and harvesters.
This Zone has been implemented to let hunters know where harvesting of Bathurst Caribou is prohibited.
Information about how to spot wildlife diseases, precautions, if you shoot a diseased animal and how to collect samples.
The responsibility for wildlife management is shared between governments, users and renewable resource boards.

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