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But, the tiny Coues’ whitetail of the southwest is a different story. It has been recognized in a separate trophy category since the start of the Club’s big game records keeping in 1932. The acceptable area for Coues’ whitetail deer entries is defined as central and southern Arizona and the Mexican states of Sonora and Chihuahua. In New Mexico the Coues’ whitetail deer boundary is defined as: the Arizona border to the west, the New Mexico border to the south, the Rio Grande River to the east and I-40 to the north.

From there the boundary crosses the mouth of the Little Churchill River and follows the high-water mark on the south or easterly shore of the Churchill River to the community of Churchill located on Hudson Bay. Caribou taken in Manitoba north of the above described boundary are classified as Central Canada barren ground caribou. In Saskatchewan, Central Canada barren ground caribou occur within Wildlife Management Zone #76 ( figure 2-F). The boundary begins at the intersection between the 59th parallel and the Alberta-Saskatchewan border (intersection of 59th parallel and 110th meridian), runs east a few kilometers along the 59th parallel to its juncture with the south shore of Lake Athabasca, then follows the south shore of Lake Athabasca north easterly to the mouth of the MacFarlane River, turns south along the MacFarlane River to its juncture with the 109th meridian, follows the 109th meridian south a few kms to its intersection with the 58th parallel, turns easterly along the 58th parallel to its intersection with the 107th meridian, turns south along the 107th meridian until its intersection with the 58th parallel, then turns east and follows the 58th parallel to the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border (intersection of 58th parallel and 102nd meridian).

From there the boundary crosses the mouth of the Little Churchill River and follows the high-water mark on the south or easterly shore of the Churchill River to the community of Churchill located on Hudson Bay. Caribou taken in Manitoba north of the above described boundary are classified as Central Canada barren ground caribou. In Saskatchewan, Central Canada barren ground caribou occur within Wildlife Management Zone #76 ( figure 2-F). The boundary begins at the intersection between the 59th parallel and the Alberta-Saskatchewan border (intersection of 59th parallel and 110th meridian), runs east a few kilometers along the 59th parallel to its juncture with the south shore of Lake Athabasca, then follows the south shore of Lake Athabasca north easterly to the mouth of the MacFarlane River, turns south along the MacFarlane River to its juncture with the 109th meridian, follows the 109th meridian south a few kms to its intersection with the 58th parallel, turns easterly along the 58th parallel to its intersection with the 107th meridian, turns south along the 107th meridian until its intersection with the 58th parallel, then turns east and follows the 58th parallel to the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border (intersection of 58th parallel and 102nd meridian).

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