The Wolf Intelligencer

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." John Muir

Labrador & Newfoundland

Wolves in Protected Areas of Labrador
Torngat Mountains National Park Reserve
Akami−Uapishkᵁ−KakKasuak−Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve

Caribou Herd’s in Labrador
George River Caribou Herd (migratory)
Lac Joseph Caribou Herd (sedentary)
Red Wine Caribou Herd (sedentary)
Mealy Mountains Caribou Herd (sedentary)

Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)

Labrador Wolf (Canis lupus labradorius)

Population Statistics [1,000-1,5000; Labrador estimate. No known established on Newfoundland]

Legal Status; Game species throughout.

Resources
Newfoundland Labrador Department of Environment and Conservation
Canadian Wildlife Service
Newfoundland and Labrador Department  of Environment and Conservation’s Wildlife  Division

Organizations
Nature Conservancy Canada (Labrador Conservation Blueprint)
Ducks Unlimited Canada
Environment and Climate Change Canada
Stewardship Association of Municipalities Inc.
Wildlife Habitat Canada

Labrador & Newfoundland / Canadian News Resources & Publications
CBC NEWS (Newfoundland & Labrador)
The Telegram (St. John’s, Newfoundland)

L ATEST LABRADOR NEWFOUNDLAND NEWS
LATEST CANADIAN NEWS

Wolf and Wildlife News from Labrador & Newfoundland

Journal Articles

Characteristics of the wolf (Canis lupus labradorius Goldman) in northern Quebec and Labrador
GR Parker, S Luttich – Arctic, 1986

Observations on foxes, Alopex lagopus and Vulpes vulpes, and wolves, Canis lupus on the off-shore sea ice of northern Labrador.
D Andriashek, HPL Kiliaan, MK Taylor – Canadian field-naturalist. Ottawa ON, 1985

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