Photographed from a helicopter employed to expedite the movement of reindeer from a grazing area toward a corral. Members of a Sami community use a helicopter and snowmobiles to quickly herd their reindeer from a fenced grazing area towards a corral. This large reindeer herd is to be divided into smaller, family-owned groups. Families can identify their reindeer by the unique pattern of cuts on the reindeers ears. Some reindeer are slaughtered for personal consumption, while most are sold to slaughterhouses for about 10 Euros/kilogram.