The woodland caribou is almost exterminated, but might be resuscitated.
They only carried to camp the best parts with the skin, as the flesh of the woodland caribou is not much esteemed.
These conditions offer something of a contrast to those surrounding 70 the woodland caribou.
Here, we have moose, woodland caribou and the red deer, besides nearly all the fur-bearing animals that we find on the Labrador.
The woodland caribou has been killed off to such an extent as to cause both Indians and wolves to die off with him.
Among hunters and sportsmen, two divisions have long been known, namely, the woodland caribou and the Barren Ground caribou.
One is the “Barren Ground caribou,” and the other, the “woodland caribou.”
The bulldog may be presumed to contribute to the summer misery of the woodland caribou and the Moose as well as of man.
I don't know the precise name of it, but I think it is a woodland caribou.