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The caribou

by Jerolyn Ann Nentl

  • 155 Want to read
  • 8 Currently reading

Published by Crestwood House in Mankato, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Caribou -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Caribou.

  • About the Edition

    Describes the North American reindeer, how it lives, its eating and mating habits, and the threats to its existence.

    Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Statementby Jerolyn Ann Nentl ; edited by Howard Schroeder ; produced and designed by Baker Street Productions.
    SeriesWildlife, habits & habitat
    ContributionsSchroeder, Howard.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL737.U55 N46 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 p. :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3183507M
    ISBN 100896862445
    LC Control Number83026254
    OCLC/WorldCa10277577

      A logged forest is a changed forest, and for woodland caribou that could mean the difference between life and death. A recent study in the Journal of Wildlife Management tracked the survival rates and population growth of woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) across two areas of northern Ontario, one area about a third of the forest had been logged . Known as and called reindeer in Eurasia, the caribou (Rangifer tarandus) is a charismatic and hardy species that inhabits the northern reaches of the planet. While the caribou may occur as a number of different subspecies throughout its range, all are superbly adapted to a life in the extreme conditions of the north. The caribou’s coat is made up of a thick, woolly under layer, .

    Get this from a library! The caribou. [Jerolyn Ann Nentl; Howard Schroeder; Baker Street Productions.] -- Describes the North American reindeer, how it lives, its eating and mating habits, and the threats to its existence. City of Caribou Tutorials 3M Cloud Library. CloudLibrary. The Maine InfoNet Download Library has migrated to a brand new e-book and e-Audiobook platform called cloudLibrary. This replaces the Overdrive platform previously used, quickly and .

    Get this from a library! The caribou. [Lorle Harris] -- Examines the appearance, habitat, and behavior of the caribou, discusses its relationship with humans, and describes a year in the life of one individual caribou. The Caribou Grill. A perfect place for a bite to eat, The Caribou Grill serves American and Italian dishes that’s great for families. Our signature copper ceiling casts a warm glow as you eat breakfast, lunch and dinner – and harks back to the days when copper was king in .


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This book is a wonderful palate cleanser after my other more serious (and depressing) recent reads. Erik Munsterhjelm included in this book some of the most memorable experiences he had as a fur-harvester in Northern Alberta/Saskatchewan, north of Lake Athabaska.

He arrived a greenhorn and left few years later a seasoned hunter/trapper/woodsman/5. Mother Caribou discovers a baby musk ox that has become separated from its herd and takes it in to raise with her own caribou baby.

This is not a warm-hearted story of a loving adopted family: as with the Andersen fairy tale, t Tamara Campeau’s illustrations beautifully evoke the Arctic habitat in which the caribou and musk oxen live/5.

Every time I read a book like this I am more disappointed by how the public school system covers Canadian history. The story of the Caribou is a significant one for the East Coast and the the St.

Lawerence Seaway/5. Most books are written about great events or great people but only a handful are written about a building. The Caribou Hotel was the heart of the community of Carcross which, in it's time, was one of the most important towns in Canada's northwest corner and the interior regions of the United States' 49th state, : John Firth.

Caribou, that magical animal of the far north, who roams across Alaska and northern Canada is depicted in this informative book in words, full-color photographs and maps.

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It is an extraordinary achievement, the result of a lifetime's commitment to exploring mountain environments and protecting their future." - Helen Mort, Book Competition jury. The Caribou is made for people who love to travel by people who love to travel.

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His children's book entitled Caribou Song/atíhko níkamon was selected as one of the "Top 10 Children’s Books" by the Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail. The young protagonists of Caribou Song, like Tomson himself, followed the caribou herd with their families.

Heraldry and symbols. Discover The Caribou, travel inspiration from those in the know. Specialising in luxury holidays, family holidays, and activity & adventure holidays. I learned about caribou as one might expect, but also many of the other animals living in the Alaskan Wildlife Refuge.

This really describes element of that entire ecosystem. It explains who the caribou's predators are, but also The degree of detail contained in this book is honestly unrivaled in the children's nonfiction category/5.

Nine hours later, hundreds of items from the fabled Caribou Ranch recording studio had been sold at the auction to collectors around the world, ranging from an ashtray ($1,) to a piano played by Elton John ($,). Even the old brass dinner bell that called rock stars to dinner fetched a hefty $13K.

This 60 page hardcover book features images and stories by former RAAF Caribou pilot, Chris Jaensch. Measuring 22x28cm on high gloss paper this book will make a perfect addition to the coffee table or gift for those who were associated with or take an interest in the mighty "Bou”.To preview additional content within the book before buying please click on the product link.

The Caribou Herd book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The narrator is a elderly English man with dementia flying to New York on 3/5(1). It's a counting book too--follow the number of hoof prints through the letters of the alphabet.

Also included are a compendium of caribou facts and a new afterword about caribou in the twenty-first century. Journey into the magical world of the caribou, North America s own reindeer.

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As a 2nd grade teacher, I found this book on reindeer (caribou) invaluable for teaching my students about the animals of the Arctic Habitat. Read more.

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