Caribou Crossing – Viking Trail (Route 430) Great Northern Peninsula
The caribou were crossing in two separate lines. The car driving south is also getting a closer view of the majestic animal that is a relative of the reindeer.
Watch this young caribou jump into the shrubbery at roadside.
It is not uncommon to see a small herd of caribou when visiting the Great Northern Peninsula. Our Moose sighting at this point was nil. In fact, I have not seen a moose in the District of the Straits-White Bay North alive since late night July 2011. I did encounter a moose during the campaign in the St. Barbe area back in September. There is a growing concern on the Great Northern Peninsula that the moose population is in severe decline.
Live Rural NL -Christopher Mitchelmore, MHA The Straits-White Bay North
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Posted on January 19, 2012, in Landscapes/Geography, Vacations and tagged canada, Great Northern Peninsula, Hunting, Newfoundland and Labrador, Recreation, Reindeer, st. barbe, Straits-White Bay North. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.