mulchatna caribou Federal board reduces Mulchatna caribou harvest limit By Isabelle Ross • Nov 8, 2019 USFWS The Federal Subsistence Board voted Tuesday to pass a temporary special action reducing the bag limit for a herd that is vital to subsistence hunting in Southwest Alaska. Bristol Bay Subsistence Council expresses concern over caribou, climate change By Isabelle Ross • Nov 7, 2019 Isabelle Ross/KDLG The Bristol Bay Regional Advisory Council led a heated discussion about management of the Mulchatna herd at its meeting in Dillingham last week. It also voted to support four of five regional subsistence proposals and oppose one statewide proposal. Federal board considers restricting Mulchatna caribou harvest By Isabelle Ross • Oct 8, 2019 Courtesy of Togiak National Wildlife Refuge The Mulchatna herd was only half of the minimum population objective this year. Now a proposal to reduce federal subsistence harvest limits is on the table. Alaska Fish and Game issues emergency order for RC503 Mulchatna caribou hunt By Tyler Thompson • Sep 5, 2019 USFWS/TogiakNWR The Mulchatna caribou herd populations hover between 22,000 and 27,000. This year's herd is estimated at 13,500 caribou.