Wild reindeer in the continental US disappeared in the winter, according to a report in the Washington Post.
The post reports that the last known herd of wild deer, also called a caribou, was only a woman this winter before wildlife managers in British Columbia, Canada, conquering her to ensure her survival.
"That's the right move," said Entz.
Animal counting from 2019 found only three remaining caribou from the Selkirk herd, a sub-population of wild caribou.
The post reports that the total population of the caribou is likely to decrease as human development and expansion take on their natural habitat.
The Caribbean, inhabiting northern New England and rising up Middle Western states, like Minnesota, were slowly pushed north in the last decades. are planning to release the farm caribou and three others kept in the pen in a habitat inhabited by the nearby herd.