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Caribou Transported to Slate Islands

I wrote a previous blog about the caribou on Michipicoten Island in Lake Superior. The herd has been decimated by wolves since they crossed an ice bridge from the mainland of Ontario.  Many feared the caribou would be eliminated by

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Caribou Herd Dwindling

The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources is taking matters into their own hands literally when it comes to saving their Lake Superior woodland caribou. The caribou population on two islands in Lake Superior has been nearly decimated since the arrival

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Migration

One day I will see caribou migrating.  The crew that paddled this summer saw a huge herd with thousands of caribou of all sizes.  Until then I will have to be satisfied by watching videos and reading about it. Question

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Boundary Waters Canoe Routes

This morning we started out with more rain. That seems to be the norm around here and I can’t remember a June where we’ve had this much rain on the Gunflint Trail. I know other parts of the state have

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  • The Boundary Waters is on the top ten list for weekend getaways in Minnesota. I agree, just maybe not this weekend.… t.co/1Fmr2tT9wz

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