Caribou Causing Congestion

The tundra brush in Denali National Park can grow quite thickly, slowing wildlife travel, costing more precious calories, and concealing hungry predators. Some species adapt by using cleared human transportation infrastructure like the Denali Park Road to move much more quickly.

Joe van Horn, Denali’s Chief of Resource Management at the time (2007) is driving a respectful distance and speed behind this bull caribou.