Canada/Nunavut: More caribou migration
Here are more pics of the caribou migration. Female and subadults migrate first to the calving grounds far north, often traversing frozen tundra in large groups. Much larger male bulls come through a week or two later, often moving solitary. They are skittish animals with very acute sense of smell and don’t allow close approach. But even from a distance, the sight of a long string of caribou walking across the frozen lake is incredible!
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