Tag Archives: Mountain Caribou

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RCRW Thrilled to Launch Project to Restore Caribou Population in Revelstoke Area

On Monday, March 24, a team of specialists captured 12 female mountain caribou from the Columbia North herd and transferred them to our specially-built maternity pen north of Revelstoke. Their calves will be born safely away from the caribous’ many predators. The caribou will be fed and monitored, and stay in the pen until earlyContinue Reading

RCRW Receives $100,000 Grant from Shell – Thanks to YOU and Your Votes!

Customers vote, Shell donates. $1 million awarded to environmental projects. [Revelstoke, British Columbia] – Today, Shell Canada will award $1 million to Canadian environmental projects, chosen by its customers. Through the Shell FuellingChange™ Program customers are invited to make any purchases at Shell service stations throughout Canada, collect Shell purchase receipts with voting codes, andContinue Reading

Outside the boundaries – a Parks Canada mountain caribou perspective

Part seven of an ongoing column and story series exploring the Revelstoke Caribou Rearing in the Wildmaternity penning plan. This story first appeared in the Mar. 20 issue of the Revelstoke Times Review. By Sarah Boyle/Parks Canada An iconic Canadian species, caribou have been featured on the 25-cent coin since 1937 and can be found inContinue Reading

Billion Dollar Caribou

Be sure to check out “Billion Dollar Caribou” on CBC’s The Nature of Things March 21st. Our lead researcher, Robert Serrouya, gets interviewed for a few minutes where he discusses our maternity penning project!  Click on the pic or the link below to watch the preview: http://www.cbc.ca/player/Shows/Shows/The+Nature+of+Things/Previews/ID/2341187218/