Muskox populations are stable and increasing. Two subspecies are usually recognized, barren ground muskox and Greenland muskox. Native muskox are found on the north slope of the Canadian mainland from about Cape Bathurst eastward to Hudson Bay, throughout the Canadian arctic islands (except Baffin Island), and on the northern and eastern coasts of Greenland. There are introduced and/or reintroduced populations in Alaska, Quebec and the west coat of Greenland.
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Canada Muskox Hunting in Greenland for Trophy Muskox
Cambridge Bay on Victoria Island near Greenland is the “Muskox Hunting Capital of the World”.
Our clients hold three of the top five muskox hunting trophies in SCI.
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Archery Muskox Hunting – “Three in the Books”
2013 – Join OI agent, Trevor Brittingham, as he and several hunting partners travel to the far northern edge of Canada with archery gear in pursuit of record book Barren-Ground Muskox.