13 March 2015
Conferences on migratory caribou conservation

On February 25th, Dr. Steeve Côté was invited to share his knowledge on the issues surrounding migratory caribou conservation in the Ungava Peninsula during the International Symposium on Northern Development organised by the...+ learn more


11 March 2015
Caribou Ungava: A second phase begins!

Caribou Ungava is proud to announce that its research program was renewed for the next five years (2015-2020) following the visit, from the evaluation committee of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada...+ learn more


16 April 2014
Results of winter captures

In March 2014, two field trips were made in order to increase the number of satellite collars on male caribou from the Rivière-George and Rivière-aux-Feuilles herds in anticipation of the 2014 summer surveys. From 2 to 17 March,...+ learn more


04 December 2013
Return on the Caribou Ungava Symposium

The Caribou Ungava Symposium, held on 13, 14 and 15 November, presented the results of the first phase (2009-2014) of our large research program on the population dynamics of migratory caribou of Quebec-Labrador in a context of...+ learn more


21 October 2013
Info Caribou #8 : Identification of the spring migration dates: details of the method

You could now see the 8th vignette online. This vignette presents the details of the method used to characterize the phenology of caribous’ migrations in northern Quebec-Labrador. The methodology will form the baseline for...+ learn more


29 July 2013
Two new scientific articles

1.  A new scientific article has recently been published in Canadian Journal of Zoology. We investigated the factors affecting the probability of gestation in adult female caribou from the Rivière-George herd in...+ learn more


29 July 2013
Return on captures of caribou, wolves and black bears in June

Last June, two teams were in the field to capture caribou, wolves and black bears on the calving grounds of the Rivière-aux-Feuilles and Rivière-George herds. Here is a summary of what we did: Rivière-George herd 1. 30 calves...+ learn more


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