Nine-lined Ground Squirrrel
Fort Whyte, Winnipeg, MB
On the Move
Schmok Lake, MB. In the Fall, Barren-ground caribou migrate south through Northern Manitoba to escape the harsh winter weather further north
Schmok Lake, MB
Schmok Lake, MB. This Barren-ground Bull Caribou of the Qamanirjuaq herd is just losing the last velvet from his antlers and will soon be ready for the fast approaching Fall rut.
Schmok Lake, MB. Some of the oldest rocks on Earth are visible on the barren landscapes of the Canadian Shield
Watching and Waiting
Hudson Bay, MB. In September Polar Bears on Hudson Bay spend a lot of time resting to conserve energy while they wait for the sea ice to reurn
Hudson Bay, MB. Some Siksiks or Arctic Ground Squirrels live in such a harsh climate that they must hibernate for 7 months each year
Hudson Bay, MB.
Something in the Air
Soaking up the Sun
Hudson Bay, Canada. This curious young female Polar Bear is exploring the shores of Hudson Bay
Hudson Bay, MB. Northern Lights are caused by collisons between charged paricles from the Sun and gas molecules in the Earts atmosphere. Different gases produce different colours
Sunset over Hudson Bay
Hudson Bay, MB. Measured by shoreline, Hudson Bay is the largest bay in the world.
Hudson Bay, Manitoba. In late summer, Polar Bears on Hudson Bay spend most of their time resting or sleeping to conserve their energy.
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