Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Woodland-Caribou-in-Canada-27MZIFJJD4QW2.htmlConceptually similarWoodland Caribou in CanadaGP0STQMDXCompleted★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUYCompleted★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUZCompleted★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUOCompleted★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUPCompleted★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUSCompleted★★★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUVCompleted★★★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUWCompleted★★★★Woodland Caribou in CanadaGP03QUXCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQMDVWoodland Caribou in CanadaWoodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) near Lake Superior, Slate Island, Ontario.Locations:Canada-Lake Superior-North America-Ontario-Slate Islands (Ontario)Date:9 Oct, 2011Credit:© Markus Mauthe / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5055px X 3370pxKeywords:Boreal forests-Caribou-Day-Endangered species-Forests (campaign title)-Nature-OutdoorsShoot:Boreal Forest Woodland Caribou - Slate Island, OntarioSlate Islands, Lake Superior, Canada, provide a refuge for woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou). Woodland caribou are a threatened species whose numbers are in decline. These caribou need thousands of square kilometres of uncut wilderness to survive. Slate Islands are protected as provincial park.Unsustainable logging and political inaction are threatening the Canadian Boreal Forest, one of the largest tracts of ancient forest on the planet. One of the major threats to the forest is clearcutting intact forests for disposable paper products. Greenpeace is working to stop this practice, which destroys the habitat of threatened wildlife.