Animals: C.O.D. Trek

C. O. D. Trek

Across the wasteland of Alaska there is now on trek a herd of 3,000 reindeer, mostly females, which is being driven from Nobuktulik to the Kittigazuit Peninsula in the Canadian Northwest. The herd started in November and is due in the spring of 1931, traveling via the Colville Basin (southeast of Point Barrow, northernmost point of Alaska) where it will spend the fawning season and summer, giving the fawns time to become strong enough to travel. When the herd arrives at Kittigazuit what is left of it will be bought by...

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