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Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
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Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Tyler Garnham
Photo Credit: Bruce Kirkby
Photo Credit: Bruce Kirkby
Photo Credit: Terry Parker

Archive for the ‘Conservation & Science’ Category

Wildlife Viewing Changes on the Thelon, Burnside and Others

Caribou by the thousand were almost guaranteed! The sweet spot each year was June 19. That was the date for beginning an arctic Burnside River trip with the best chance of viewing large numbers of migrating caribou. They would be returning from calving on the east side of Bathurst inlet, accompanied by wolves, grizzlies, foxes […]

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Neil’s Cool Wilderness Links

Conservation and Science Future Arctic Field Notes from a World on the Edge by Edward Struzik is a landmark and readable piece on the multitude of real and mostly profound changes occurring in the north due to climate change. Ed is an award winning science journalist and past participant of our expeditions. Bill McKibben, author […]

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RFK Jr. Paddling the Alsek River

RFK Junior, nephew of former President of the United States, joined us for an Alsek River expedition in Kluane National Park and UNESCO World Heritage Site. Floating through the world’s largest non-polar icecap he saw the peak climbed by his father in ’65 and named for his late uncle and US President. Bobby is an experienced […]

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Book Review – Future Arctic

FUTURE ARCTIC – Field Notes from a World on the Edge by Edward Struzik is a landmark and readable piece on the multitude of real and mostly profound changes occurring in the north due to climate change. Ed is an award winning science journalist and past participant of our expeditions. Bill McKibben, author of Eaarth, […]

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Kennedy & Trudeau Back in the Magnetic North

Bobby Kennedy Jr. and two of his sons joined us for a memorable Alsek River expedition in August. Floating through the world’s largest nonpolar icecap he saw the peak climbed by his father in ’65 and named Mount Kennedy after his late uncle and US President JFK. Jim Whitaker, first American to summit Everest, was […]

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Robert Kennedy, Jr. Headed to Canada’s Yukon

JOIN US AT RFK Jr’s PRESENTATION: MONDAY AUG 5TH, 8PM, Yukon Arts Centre Tickets available at any Yukon Arts Centre sales office: Arts Underground, Arts  Underground, or online at the YAC web site   Robert Kennedy, Jr. and his family are set to travel to the Yukon later this summer to raft the Alsek River. […]

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“50 Top Trips” by Ian Merringer

“Proud to inject funds into Northern communities, and equally vigilant about keeping “eco” in tourism, Hartling is president of the Nahanni river Outfitters Association, which helped Parks Canada develop a regulation system that restricts visitor access and monitors their impact on the Nahanni. ‘People are most likely to protect what they love,’ he says. ‘I […]

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