Newfoundland’s Woodland Caribou are native to this island. They are the world’s most southern hunted caribou, and the province of Newfoundland is the only place in the world to hunt the beautiful specimen. A woodland caribou’s body is dark brown, with lighter patches around the neck and rump, and above each hoof. They also have heavier antlers than the barren ground caribou. Large stags can weigh upwards of 500 lbs and could have a life span of 15 years. Caribou are the only species of the deer family where both sexes have antlers. Their impressive mahogany coloured antlers are a breathtaking sight and quite the trophy to take home with you.
Woodland Caribou are often spotted in open country at anytime throughout the day. Our experienced guides will take you to breathtaking open barren country for you to spot, stalk and shoot one of these magnificent animals. We have a 100% success rate for the last 10 years.
Many Woodland Caribou go into the record books of “Boone and Crockett” and “Pope and Young” annually each year in Newfoundland and Labrador.