UAF SNRE Reindeer Research ProgramThe Reindeer Research Program at the University of Alaska Fairbanks is a unique research program, the only one in the nation studying reindeer. While the reindeer are raised and studied for meat science, range management, nutrition and animal health, they also bring an educational outreach component.
Baby Reindeer at the Large Animal Research Station
A visit to the Large Animal Research Station and chatting about reindeer calving season.
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