Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refugee, Alaska, Yukon, Porcupine Caribou Herd, 1002 lands
Grizzly Bear in fall colours and snow on the tundra. Off of the Dempster Highway, Yukon, Canada.
Dall sheep lock horns at a mineral lick beside the Wind River, part of the Peel River Watershed. The sheep dig 8 inch deep holes and lick and chew on roots. They visit the lick so often that the ends and sides of the horns are worn down from rubbing against each other.
Grizzly Sow scouring the river for spawned out chum salmon.
A wolverine returns to scavenge a caribou carcass it found in the Peel Watershed.
Barren Ground caribou near the Dempster Highway in Yukon, Canada
Dall sheep ram with beautiful black eye rings. Sheep Mountain in Kluane National Park. Yukon Winter scene.
Aerial image of a moose in green grass in a small pond.Nahanni National Park is one of the world's top paddling/canoeing rivers, and Unesco World Heritage site. The Nahanni River is also a Canadian Heritage River. Northwest Territories (NWT) Canada.
Chum Salmon spawning. Female Chums clear a spawning bed before laying eggs, the male waits patiently to fertilize the eggs.
Black Bear at her den with baby new-born bear cub. Bear cub takes its first visit outside the den. Yukon, Canada.
Startled bull moose charging through the water. Yukon River, Yukon Territory, Canada. The Yukon River is a major watercourse of northwestern North America and is filled with an abundance of wildlife and waterfowl.
Often, sub-adult grizzlies will team up and fish together for protection and increased vigilance from adult grizzlies. These sub-adults were on an early morning tour looking for spawning salmon.
Musk Oxen sparring on Alaska's Arctic Coast. ANWR
Three Trumpeter Swans walk along a frozen pond, as they are watched from the trees. Yukon, Canada.
Grizzly Bear avoiding a car in Haines, Alaska.
Trumpeter Swan (Cygnus Buccinator) in flight near Swan Haven, Yukon Territory.
Chum Salmon spawning.
Caribou in the Peel Watershed.
Wild wolf pups exploring without a parent. Yukon Territory, Canada.
Cow moose in the Peel Watershed, Yukon Territory. Images from 2 week canoe trip through the Wind River in Northern Yukon, Canada. The Peel Watershed is located at the northern end of the Rocky and Mackenzie Mountain Chain.
Porcupine Caribou Herd in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR).
Spectacled Eider in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Endangered species. (Somateria fishcheri)
Kind Eider in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge
Grayling spawning on a rock bed in a pristine river. Yukon. Canada.
Cow moose lazily eating. Wind River region, Yukon Territory. Images from 2 week canoe trip through the Wind River in Northern Yukon, Canada. The Peel River Watershed is located at the northern end of the Rocky and Mackenzie Mountain Chain.
Black Bear feeding on rose hips near Dawson City.
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