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wind and the caribou
|Series||Laurentian library ; 24|
|LC Classifications||SK151 .M85 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||234 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||78324287|
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Back of the Book. It was an intense day for those of us who lived on the West Kootenai. The day the Caribou Fire swept down into our community.
Pre-evacuation orders had been issued. Everything about the day had and urgency to it. The wall of fire sweeping. Cree author Tomson Highway was in Toronto on Sept. 29 to launch his new children's book, Caribou Song.
This is Highway's first installment in a trilogy entitled Songs of the North Wind. This hardcover book is beautifully illustrated by Brian Deines and is Highway's first children's book. “The wind chill can be so severe as to freeze to death caribou caught there by a winter storm,” wrote Ernest Burch in the book “Alliance and Conflict: The World System of the Inupiaq Eskimos.
Caribou Island is an uninhabited island in the eastern end of Lake Superior, 40 kilometres (25 mi) south of Michipicoten lies entirely within the territorial waters of Canada although only about five kilometres from the international border between Canada and the United is approximately kilometres ( mi) long and kilometres ( mi) wide, and 1, acres ( ha Coordinates: 47°21′33″N 85°48′36″W / °N.
Mainly cloudy. 60 percent chance of flurries this morning with risk of freezing drizzle. Wind north 20 km/h becoming light this morning. Temperature steady near minus 5. Wind chill minus 12 this morning and minus 7 this afternoon.
UV index 1 or low. Mainly cloudy. 30 percent chance of flurries late this evening and overnight. Low minus 8. Caribou have large, concave hoofs that spread widely to support the animal in snow and soft tundra. The feet also function as paddles when caribou swim. Caribou are the only seacoasts where wind and cool temperatures protect them from summer heat and insects.
After insect numbers decline in August, caribou scatter out and feed. The Wind River, in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, offers the wilderness traveler a little of everything. Flowing clear from the peaks of the Brooks Range, we start high in the tundra, where the views are nearly endless and the mountains beckon exploration.
The predominant average hourly wind direction in Caribou varies throughout the year. The wind is most often from the north for months, from April 3 to May 4, with a peak percentage of 33% on April The wind is most often from the south for months, from.
Titled Caribou, Maine: Stories for Years, the book was put together in by Bossie and several other residents on the occasion of the town’s sesquicentennial celebration.
At night, on the local radio station, each story was read by members of the community—many of whom, Bossie told me, had since passed away.The biologist and author of the book Being Caribou, Karsten Heuer followed the Porcupine Caribou Herd 2, miles across the Yukon and western Alaska for five months with his newly-wed wife, Leanne Allison, in One day he said that essentially the caribou are following the wind because they are trying to stay away from the millions of.
“The wind chill can be so severe as to freeze to death caribou caught there by a winter storm,” wrote Ernest Burch in the book Alliance and Conflict: The World System of the Inupiaq Eskimos.
“After every bad blow the Eskimos used to go into the pass to look for well-preserved caribou carcasses.”.