Category Archives: Caribou

All Caribou Hunting Videos

The Caribou (30 seconds)


Humans have a long association with caribou. Archaeological work in the Yukon Territory suggests humans have been hunting caribou for more than 13 000 years. Many Aboriginal peoples and Inuit based their culture on the caribou, and could not have survived in the north without them. Some tribes were nomadic, following the herds year-round; others lived on caribou for part of the year. Caribou provided food, clothing, and shelter: bones were made into needles and utensils, antlers into tools, and the sinew into thread; the fat provided fuel and light; the skin was made into light, warm clothing and tent material; and the flesh fed people and dogs. Wisely used, caribou will continue to be an important social and economic resource in the North.

Caribou Hunting Vignette – Late Season – Adventures North


Caribou hunting highlights from ‘Big Bulls in the Snow’ shot on location in arctic Quebec’s Nunavik region. Features 4 impressive Quebec Labrador Caribou harvested by Steve Ashton and Michel Labbe. Includes Michel’s giant 408-1/2 point B+C Record Book Caribou. As seen on the “Adventures North TV” series

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