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Where are the caribou in Banff National Park?

Caribou historically occurred in two regions of Banff National Park. Caribou in the Nigel Pass area are part of the Brazeau Herd that range primarily in Jasper National Park and the White Goat Wilderness Area. Caribou also occurred in the Upper Pipestone and Siffleur Valleys.

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What is Parks Canada doing?

Conservation Strategy for Southern Mountain Caribou in Canada’s National Parks  

Parks Canada's Conservation Strategy for Southern Mountain Caribou in Canada’s National Parks guides caribou conservation actions in the mountain national parks of Banff, Jasper, Mount Revelstoke and Glacier. The strategy identifies key threats to the caribou populations and outlines actions to help mitigate these threats. 

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