Monday, January 21, 2013


Yesterday at the Kusawa road, Don and i saw caribou tracks. 

A few months ago i went into the building at Burns road, whatever it is called now, Wildlife Management, maybe. 
Anyway i asked them about the status of the Ibex Caribou Herd, now i forgot where i put the information that i got.
The Ibex herd is a small herd living on the mountain south west of Kusawa Lake, i recall they said, there are around 750 caribou in that herd now and it is stable.

What i know for sure! is that there are tracks on this side (east side of the lake) and maybe one day we will see more caribou around here. I did see one a few years back. 


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each day an adventure in alaska said...

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