Todagin Mountain in remote northwestern British Columbia is home to what is thought to be the world’s largest lambing herd of Stone’s sheep. While the herd’s winter habitat was protected in 2001, the remainder of its habitat was left unprotected and was recently opened to mining exploration. Our team of scientists and journalists is taking a preliminary step towards ensuring sustainable development by researching habitat needs. We will spend six months living with the herd to map its spring, summer and fall habitat use and tell the story of Todagin.


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