The Woodland Caribou is the rarest and most majestic of the Caribou species. With large bodies, big white manes and huge, cinnamon colored antlers with lots of mass and points, they make outstanding trophies. Newfoundland is currently the only place in the world where these magnificent animals can be hunted by non-residents.

In western Canada is located the province of Alberta. It is one of North America’s premier hunting regions for last 50 years. Covering over 250,000 square miles, its terrain is diverse, with open prairies in the south, aspen parklands in the central regions, boreal forestland in the far north, and the magnificent rocky peaks of the Canadian Rockies along its western border.