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The Northwest Territories Species at Risk Committee met in Behchokǫ̨̀̀, Northwest Territories on December 5, 2012 and assessed the biological status of Boreal Caribou in the Northwest Territories. The assessment was based on this approved status report. The assessment process and objective biological criteria used by the Species at Risk Committee are available at www.nwtspeciesatrisk.ca.
Status: Threatened in the Northwest Territories
Likely to become endangered in the Northwest Territories if nothing is done to reverse the factors leading to its extirpation or extinction
Reasons for the assessment: Boreal Caribou fits criterion (c) for Threatened
(c) – There is evidence that the population size is small and there is a decline in population size such that it could disappear from the Northwest Territories in our children’s lifetime
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