The Following Links Are Recommended for Those Interested in Caribou Studies and Language Documentation:

1. University of Calgary Caribou Anatomy Project: 

Contains many detailed diagrams and photos of caribou body parts. A great companion to our project.

2. Voices of the Caribou People:

This is another companion site to our project. It includes video interviews with Gwich'in elders in Old Crow, but not with the same ones we have worked with.

3. CARMA is a network of research scientists and resource users from around the circumarctic:

This website provides information on reindeer and caribou biological research and management around the circumarctic, such as:

  • satellite collar locations
  • animations of collared caribou migratory movements
  • population estimates
  • management plans
  • threats
  • research reports

4. Arctic Research Consortium Newsletter: Witness the Arctic

Read more about our own Gwich'in Caribou Anatomy Project here:

5.  Arctic Borderlands:

The Arctic Borderlands Ecological Knowledge Society monitors and assesses changes in the range of the Porcupine Caribou Herd and adjacent Mackenzie Delta area in the Northwest Territories, the Yukon, and Alaska. Their approach is to empower member communities to monitor, record, and share knowledge and stories about ecological processes and wildlife status in the north.

6. Alaska Native Language Archive, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Rasmuson Library: 

Search for Oral Recordings by Alaska Native Elders, including many Gwich'in speakers:

7. Alaska Native Language Center, University of Alaska Fairbanks:

Find essential information about Gwich'in and other Alaska Native Languages