Many were harvested by the owner. We own four of the top ten heads in … Because as we all know, records are made to be broken. This bull scores an incredible 460 inches. Western Arctic Herd The Western Arctic Caribou Herd (WAH) is one of the largest caribou herds in the world. A Montana bow hunter may have claimed the largest recorded mountain caribou in the Northwest Territories, Canada, which could make it one of the largest in the world. With a population estimate of 259,000 caribou in 2017, they range over a territory of about 157,000 square miles in Northwest Alaska. They are the smallest of the North American caribou, with the females weighing an average of 60 kg (130 lb) and the males 110 kg (240 lb).
In l The George River caribou of northern Quebec and Labrador were surpassed in numbers perhaps only by Africa’s wildebeest. What was once the second largest herd is the migratory boreal woodland caribou (R. t. caribou) George River herd in Canada, with former variations between 28,000 and 385,000. The WAH ranges over approximately 140,000 square miles (360,000 km2) of northwestern Alaska.

It stretches right across northern Canada, in Labrador, it's home to the largest remaining wild caribou herd in the world, the George River caribou herd, numbering approximately 400,000 animals. Caribou herds in Canada are discrete populations of the four subspecies, Rangifer … Mountain Caribou are the largest of all of the species of caribou and the Mountain Caribou within our area are amongst the largest in the world. It was once our largest caribou herd, and one of the biggest herds of large migratory mammals anywhere in the world.

And it’ll go down in the history books as the largest mountain caribou in the world. But now their population is perilously small—about 4 percent of its peak. The world's largest and most devastating environmental and industrial project is situated in the heart of the largest and most intact forest in the world, Canada's boreal forest. Simply put, it’s iconic. The Fortymile Caribou Herd (FCH) was probably the largest caribou (Rangifer tarandus granti) herd in Alaska and one of the largest in the world during the 1920's. It stretches right across Northern Canada, in Labrador, it's home to the largest remaining wild caribou herd in the world: the George River caribou herd, numbering approximately 400,000 animals. These female caribou — part of North America's largest herd — travel from the boreal forest of Quebec to the tundra in Nunavik to give birth, averaging about 20 kilometres a day.
A herd of caribou is defined by the repeated use of discrete calving grounds. Trophy Woodland Caribou Hunts – $15,500.00 (US Funds) Trophy Woodland Caribou/Moose combo $19,995.00 (US Funds) We display a large collection of Trophy Woodland Caribou antlers, of which, many each year qualify for the Boone & Crockett World Record Book.