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Summer Caribou Migration 'Bunch'

Photo copyright Terry Elliott - all rights reserved

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During late July to mid-August each year, barrenground caribou cows & calves migrate south from their calving grounds to intercept the bulls near
the tree-line. During this period the cows & calves will occasionally swell into what is known as 'bunches' - often at water crossings - and then
dissipate again.
This cycle continues over a two to three week period. Once the bull caribou are met, the animals spread out and graze in small groups
in the late summer migratory lull, while they feed and build up fat stores to endure the upcoming winter and mating period.

Click here to learn more about the
'Great Summer Caribou Migration' expedition on which this photo was taken



The Summer Caribou Migration

Filmed in August 2016 by cinematographer Beth Davidow on the remote Ungava Peninsula in Nunavik Canada


The 2015 Caribou Migration in Nunavik Canada

Filmed in August 2015 on the Ungava Peninsula in Nunavik Canada. Click on photo to see the film!


The 2014 Great Summer Caribou Migration in Nunavik

Click on photo to check out an on-line video taken by our clients during the 2014 summer caribou migration in Nunavik!


Check out this wonderful full length BBC documentary we helped organize,
fly and guide - which shows excellent footage of the wolf den cycle and the
great summer caribou migration

Caribou & Wolves - the Endless Dance



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