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

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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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Outstanding Northern Images by Peter Mather

We have worked with many gifted photographers over the years. Yukon based Peter Mather is among the best. A picture is worth a thousand words so check out these incredible images. Peter uses them as powerful tools for conservation. They are all available for purchase on Peter’s web site. Or check these quick links for […]

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Muskox: Cute, Cuddly and Powerful

These long haired, prehistoric looking mop-tops are a heard animal that generally appears lovingly docile. But check out the power displayed in this Animal Planet video clip! We often have a chance to admire muskox on the Firth, Horton and Burnside Rivers.

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Nahanni Neil’s Wildlife Sighting – Wolves, Moose & Unbearable Caribou

The Firth River trip in June saw more caribou than mosquitoes and we enjoyed high temperatures and blue skies. One wildlife sighting featured a grizzly trying to sleep off a feed of caribou. We watched as four caribou swam across the river and marched directly past the bear, who demurred at the opportunity. His posture […]

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“No Shit – There I Was…” – Great Real World Stories

The Horton River is the most northerly river in mainland Canada. The Horton River guides from the recently completed ’07 expedition had this amazing story: After lunch one afternoon, our group happened upon 6 White Fronted Goose gozzlings, swimming in the river. No parents in site. No contact was made with the cute, fuzzy gozzlings but they […]

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