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'A modest proposal' for Alberta's caribou?

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue20007
Medium
Library - Periodical
Author
Fitch, Lorne
Call Number
P
Author
Fitch, Lorne
Responsibility
Lorne Fitch
Physical Description
p. 22 - 29
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Caribou
Alberta
Wildlife
Wildlife management
Abstract
Pertains to the impending extinction of caribou in Alberta due to the priortization of resource development
Notes
In Nature Alberta, vol.49, no.1-2 (Spring/Summer 2019)
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
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Artist
Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius (1869 – 1959, American)
Date
1937
Medium
etching on paper
Catalogue Number
RuC.04.11
Description
Colour: black on white. Nine caribou wander across a rocky ridge in the foreground. One male caribou stands prominently left of center facing right. Mountain ranges diminish in the distance behind.
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Artist
Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius (1869 – 1959, American)
Title
Above Timberline
Date
1937
Medium
etching on paper
Dimensions
27.5 x 36.0 cm
Description
Colour: black on white. Nine caribou wander across a rocky ridge in the foreground. One male caribou stands prominently left of center facing right. Mountain ranges diminish in the distance behind.
Subject
landscape, mountain
animal, caribou
Credit
Gift of James (Mrs.) Brewster, Banff, 1968
Catalogue Number
RuC.04.11
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Artist
Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius (1869 – 1959, American)
Date
1937
Medium
etching on paper
Catalogue Number
RuC.04.32
Description
A herd of caribou (9 distinct) are moving to the right through centre of picture; the nearest is a bull; the foreground is rocky; mountain ranges in background. Written in pencil (by the artist) Above Timberline.
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Artist
Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius (1869 – 1959, American)
Title
Above Timberline
Date
1937
Medium
etching on paper
Dimensions
26.5 x 36.0 cm
Description
A herd of caribou (9 distinct) are moving to the right through centre of picture; the nearest is a bull; the foreground is rocky; mountain ranges in background. Written in pencil (by the artist) Above Timberline.
Subject
landscape, mountain
animal, caribou
Credit
Gift of Banff Centre Brewster Donation, Banff, 1986
Catalogue Number
RuC.04.32
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Artist
Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius (1869 – 1959, American)
Date
1937
Medium
etching on paper
Catalogue Number
RuC.04.26
Description
A herd of caribou stand on a rocky knoll, dominant animal is centre left, others to the right and farther away, mountains in background in the distance, top is cloudy sky
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Artist
Carl Clemens Moritz Rungius (1869 – 1959, American)
Title
Above Timberline
Date
1937
Medium
etching on paper
Dimensions
27.0 x 36.5 cm
Description
A herd of caribou stand on a rocky knoll, dominant animal is centre left, others to the right and farther away, mountains in background in the distance, top is cloudy sky
Subject
animal, caribou
landscape
Credit
Gift of Pearl Evelyn Moore, Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
RuC.04.26
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Alberta caribou work continues while B.C. puts agreements in place

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue25215
Medium
Library - Periodical
Published Date
2020
Author
Campbell, Carolyn
Publisher
The Alberta Wilderness Association Journal
Call Number
P
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Author
Campbell, Carolyn
Responsibility
Carolyn Campbell
Publisher
The Alberta Wilderness Association Journal
Published Date
2020
Physical Description
pg. 12
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Caribou
Wildlife
Wildlife corridors
Wildlife management
First Nations
Alberta
British Columbia
Abstract
Pertains to updates on agreements Alberta and British Columbia are creating to protect extirpated caribou herds in both provinces and legal cases put forward by environmental groups and First Nations including Ecojustice, Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Mikisew Cree First Nation, David Suzuki Foundation. Other communities involved with caribou management plans including Cold Lake First Nation, Saulteau First Nations, West Moberly First Nations
Notes
In Wildlands Advocate, Vol. 28, No.3, September 2020
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
URL Notes
Digital copy available
Websites
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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Scope & Content
Item consists of one 16 mm motion picture pertaining to the Alberta Game Farm in Edmonton as part of a National Film Board production. Possibly a petting zoo, the Farm includes black bear cubs, cougars, bobcats, caribou, pronhorn deer, peacocks, zeebras, camels, alpacas, muskox, oxen, and more. The…
Date Range
1962
Reference Code
V190 / VI / NF - 50
Description Level
6 / Item
GMD
Film
Motion picture
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Part Of
Bruno Engler fonds
Description Level
6 / Item
Fonds Number
M323 / S40 / V190
Series
VI : Retained file
Sous-Fonds
V190
Accession Number
7436
Reference Code
V190 / VI / NF - 50
GMD
Film
Motion picture
Date Range
1962
Physical Description
1 motion picture (1 film reel: 250'): 16 mm, original, b&w, silent
History / Biographical
See fonds level description
Scope & Content
Item consists of one 16 mm motion picture pertaining to the Alberta Game Farm in Edmonton as part of a National Film Board production. Possibly a petting zoo, the Farm includes black bear cubs, cougars, bobcats, caribou, pronhorn deer, peacocks, zeebras, camels, alpacas, muskox, oxen, and more. The original label on the case reads "Title Alberta Game Farm NFB, Camera B. Engler, 250ft Time 5 1/2 min, Date 1962 Edmonton."
Subject Access
Activities
Animals
Bears
Birds
Black Bears
Camels
Caribou
Children
Cougar
Deer
Family and personal life
Muskox
Oxen
Pronghorns
Women
Geographic Access
Edmonton
Alberta
Language
English
Creator
Bruno Engler
Title Source
Original title kept
Processing Status
Processed
Images
thumbnail
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Alberta's war on wolves, then and now

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue13450
Medium
Library - Periodical
Author
Dekker, Dick
Call Number
P
Author
Dekker, Dick
Physical Description
p.16-20 : ill
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Caribou
Hunting
Wildlife management
Notes
In Wild Lands Advocate, vol.15, no.5 (October 2007)
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
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An Empty Landscape

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue25287
Medium
Library - Periodical
Published Date
September/October 2021
Author
Mitchell, Alanna
Publisher
Aaron Kylie
Edition
Vol. 141
Call Number
P
Author
Mitchell, Alanna
Responsibility
with photography by Peter Mather
Edition
Vol. 141
Publisher
Aaron Kylie
Published Date
September/October 2021
Physical Description
p.34-44
Medium
Library - Periodical
Subjects
Alberta
Alpine tundra
Animal populations
Animals
Canada
Canadian Endangered Species Protection Act
Caribou
Climate change
Abstract
The ecological importance of the caribou and their current population decline due to climate change and human influences. Herds in the northern Canadian Rockies are already on the endangered species list.
Notes
"In Canadian Geographic, volume 141, issue 5, September/October, 2021"
Call Number
P
Collection
Archives Library
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Artist
Peter Nauya
Date
n.d.
Catalogue Number
NaP.06.01
Description
Compound form of caribou calf with upraised head merged with opposite facing head of animal with one bear-like claw and long tail or tentacle. Details in heads of animals; set on flat base which is scratched Peter Nauya 71921. Poss. same artist as Peter Nowya of Povungnituk, reference Image 344 of …
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Artist
Peter Nauya
Title
Animal Spirits
Date
n.d.
Dimensions
11.0 x 6.5 x 17.5 cm
Description
Compound form of caribou calf with upraised head merged with opposite facing head of animal with one bear-like claw and long tail or tentacle. Details in heads of animals; set on flat base which is scratched Peter Nauya 71921. Poss. same artist as Peter Nowya of Povungnituk, reference Image 344 of Swinton, Geo. Sculpture of the Eskimo.
Subject
animal, caribou
symbolism
Credit
Gift of Catharine Robb Whyte, O. C., Banff, 1979
Catalogue Number
NaP.06.01
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Being Caribou , five months on foot with an Arctic herd

https://archives.whyte.org/en/permalink/catalogue26381
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Published Date
2006
Author
Heuer, Karsten
Publisher
Toronto : McClelland and Stewart
Call Number
04 H48b
Author
Heuer, Karsten
Responsibility
Karsten Heuer
Publisher
Toronto : McClelland and Stewart
Published Date
2006
Physical Description
235p. : ill. , map
Medium
Library - Book (including soft-cover and pamphlets)
Subjects
Caribou
Conservation
Yukon
Alaska
Migration
Notes
Ben Gadd Personal Library
ISBN
978-0-7710-4122-8
Accession Number
2021.20
Call Number
04 H48b
Collection
Archives Library
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