The Eastern Canada Moose (Alces alces Americana) is slightly smaller than the Western Canada Moose, with significantly smaller antlers, and a darker, blackish-brown coloration and reduced saddle area.
The Caribou are woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou). They are a medium-sized caribou, with mature bulls weighing 350-450 pounds (158-204 kg). They have the smallest antlers of any caribou other than those from the arctic islands, but they can be very handsome. Antlers tend to be divergent, with many tines but without much length.
Our hunting locations are strictly drive-in. Thus, they can be accessed by ATV or 4X4 pickup. We occasionally use helicopter to pick up meat when it is in an area that is inaccessible to our ATV's.
We control 6 separate hunting camps, strategically located within prime hunting territories. The selection of hunting locations is based primarily on game distribution at the time of the scheduled hunt. On combination hunts, one or more locations may be required to assure opportunity for success.