Woodland Caribou Hunts, Outfitters & Guides
For the hunter looking for Woodland Caribou Hunts we have awesome Woodland Caribou Outfitters for you to take a look at.
Hunting Woodland Caribou can be very exciting and an awesome hunting trip to experience. You want to make sure you pick a reputable Woodland Caribou Outfitter for your trip. We have researched these Woodland Caribou Outfitters for you and give them our full endorsement for Woodland Caribou Hunting.
At Watlington Outdoors, we have done the research for you and in most cases personally hunted with the outfitters we represent. We would not recommend a trip or outfitter that we wouldn't feel comfortable going with ourselves! Best of all, this advice to you is FREE!
The WOODLAND CARIBOU, which are darker and stockier and have heavier antlers than Barren Ground (or Arctic) caribou, were once common from Maine to Montana, but are now found mainly in Canada, particularly in Newfoundland. Both the males and females have antlers, but the female’s are smaller and less impressive. They usually live in small herds of cows and calves and a few bulls. Most of the older bulls stay in separate small bands, except during rut, and travel on the fringes of migrating herds. Breeding usually takes place from early October to mid November, and the calves are born in May and June.
Large males, weighing upwards of 500 lbs. and sporting an impressive mahogany colored antlered crown is beautiful to see and a challenge to hunt.