Items on this page are documents that the WRRB has been a collaborator on.
The Cape Bathurst Caribou Herd Action Plan describes the specific actions that will carry out the principles and goals outlined in Taking Care of Caribou: the Cape Bathurst, Bluenose-West, and Bluenose-East barren-ground caribou herds Management Plan. The Cape Bathurst caribou herd's status is assessed each year. The Action Plan will be adjusted as needed to reflect the current status of the herd.
This is the most recent updated version (2016) of the original guide to common fishes found in the Tłı̨chǫ region. The guide includes diagrams showing fish anatomy (interior and exterior views) labelled in both Tłı̨chǫ and English and information on each fish species, including its ecology and use. This new edition has added photos and descriptions of fish habitat in Wek’èezhì near each of the four Tłı̨chǫ communities: Marian Lake near Behchokǫ̀; Lac la Marte near Whatì; Rae Lakes near Gamètì; and Snare Lake near Wekweètì.
This is the final report of a workshop held in Yellowknife October 2-3, 2013 to work towards understanding and addressing key issues of working together in long-term management planning for the Bathurst Caribou herd.
Understanding a New Mechanism for Sustaining the Bathurst Caribou Herd for Future Generations Report
This is the final report of a workshop held in Yellowkife February 12-13, 2014, as a followup to the October 2013 workshop on long-term planning for the Bathurst caribou. Participants discussed processes to coordinate conservation efforts for the herd. The report also includes two supporting documents, Part 2 and Part 3.
Taking Care of Caribou. Cape Bathurst, Bluenose-West, and Bluenose-East Barren-Ground Caribou Herds Management Plan.
The management plan "Taking Care of Caribou" describes principles and goals for managing the Cape Bathurst, Bluenose-West and Bluenose-East caribou herds. The management plan also describes current population estimates and trends, information needed to effectively manage the herds and guidelines for determining what management actions should be taken for defined population level thresholds. "Taking Care of Caribou" is accompanied by two companion documents, a Community Report on information recorded during community meetings ("Engaging Bluenose Caribou Communities") and a Science Report detailed the current state of knowledge of the herds ("Technical Report on the Cape Bathurst, Bluenose-West and Bluenose-East Caribou Herds").