Hiking in the Yukon. Image: Pat Morrow
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Across much of B.C., massive forest cutting has resulted in gross habitat alteration and fragmentation, with the crash and extirpation of mountain caribou. This map shows cumulative forestry impacts in the Hart Ranges herd, which is one of three proposed for a new wolf and cougar cull. In 2006, the Hart Ranges herd had an estimated 717 animals. As of 2016, it was down to 375, a 45% decline that has continued through to today.
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