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Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Big Game Records

Newfoundland and Labrador's rugged charm: a land where the untamed spirit of the Atlantic meets the serene beauty of vast, unspoiled landscapes between sea-cliffs and rolling, forested hills.


Around 1,000 years ago, humans of Nordic descent established a settlement on L'Anse aux Meadows. Thousands of years before the Vikings, at least five other indigenous groups, including the Dorset, had occupied the site. Presumably, they were all aware of the woodland caribou that also called New Foundland home. Today, hunters looking for a record-book woodland caribou will find them, too. They might also find black bear and Canada moose, though few make the records today.

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