Caribou calves give hope for dwindling population

A caribou maternal penning project in northeastern B.C. has seen the numbers of a herd increase from just 16 animals to over 50, three years after the program began. I spoke with Harley Davis, a Saulteau keeper of the caribou, and Roland Willson, chief of the West Moberly First Nation. Saulteau and West Moberly manage this project together.

This story aired on CBC Daybreak North on May 2015, 2016.

Jeffrey Gollner and Line Giguere of Wildife Infometrics. Kayla McNay Photo

Kayla McNay Photo