18 December 2017
A second successful field trip for the “muskoxen” team!

The second field trip took place from November 27th to December 6th in the Ungava region. Steeve Côté (professor, U. Laval), Joëlle Taillon (biologist, MFFP), Charles Jutras (wildlife technician, MFFP), Stéphane Lair (veterinary,...+ learn more

15 December 2017
Increase in shrub cover and caribou, Deception Bay, QC.

We completed three visits to Deception Bay during summer 2017. These field sessions were used to complete a second year of data gathering on the experiment aiming to evaluate the impact of the increase of shrub cover on caribou...+ learn more

27 October 2017
Black bear monitoring on the Rivière-George, and Rivière-aux-Feuilles caribou herd ranges.

The monitoring of black bears in northern Quebec and Labrador continued during summer 2017. A total of 4 field work sessions, in which Caribou Ungava members (Michaël Bonin, Julien Hénault Richard, Barbara Vuillaume), MFFP...+ learn more

30 May 2017
Great success for the « muskoxen » team !

From April 2nd to 9th, Steeve Côté (professor, U. Laval), Charles Jutras (wildlife technician, MFFP), Vincent Brodeur (biologist, MFFP), Benjamin Langlais (veterinary, Université de Montréal) and Yann Delage (pilot, Heli-Express)...+ learn more

16 March 2017
Capsule #15 online : a new tool to study calf survival

The 15th vignette is now available and focuses on the use of camera collars to assess the survival of caribou calves in their first months of life. Fourteen camera collars were installed on pregnant females in the spring of 2016...+ learn more

15 March 2017
First scientific publications in 2017

Two new scientific publications are now published: 1) The first article is from Sabrina Plante, a doctoral student, and focuses on caribou vulnerability to sport hunting. Sabrina also wrote a vignette on this subject. ...+ learn more

29 September 2016
Info-Caribou #14 - Caribou herbivory and climate warming effects on caribou habitat

A new vignette is now available online. This vignette summarizes the results from the research project of Brett Campeau on the relationship between caribou and food resources in the calving grounds and summer range of the...+ learn more

Caribou Ungava, Université Laval, Département de biologie, Pavillon Alexandre-Vachon, Local 3076
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