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Kluane National Park - Yukon - Canada

Le fière de Canada, le drapeau avec un feuille d'érable.


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Hudson Bay Canada

Ukkusiksalik National Park is a 20,500 square kilometres (7,900 sq mi) tundra and coastal mudflat region extending south of the Arctic Circle and the hamlet of Repulse Bay, from Hudson Bay's Roes Welcome Sound towards the western Barrenlands and the source of Brown River. The park surrounds Wager Bay, a 100 kilometres (62 mi) long inlet on the Hudson Bay. Although the smallest of Nunavut's four national parks, it is the sixth largest in Canada. It has a reversing waterfall and more!

The Hudson Bay drainage in Canada is the majority of the Hudson Bay Watershed, which has small United States portions in Minnesota, Montana, and North Dakota. The headpoints of the watershed are on the Continental Divide of the Americas, and the watershed's outlet at the Davis Strait is the Hudson Strait's mouth between Resolution Island in the Qikiqtaaluk Region and Cape Chidley on the Labrador Peninsula.

Large boulders, frozen after the first snow fall of winter, line the coast of Hudson Bay in Northern Manitoba, Canada, and glint in the beautiful light of sunset as it streams across the water and reaches the arctic shores.

A dogsledder and one of his dogs. Location: Near Hudson Bay, Manitoba, Canada.

A changed landscape photographed by Michael Poliza in Hudson Bay at Point Hubbard (Canada) via Daily Mail #flower #violet #polar_bear #canada #daily_mail

To dream of seeing Beluga Whales at Hudson Bay, Canada

Wapusk National Park is Canada's 37th national park, established in 1996. The park is located in the Hudson Plains ecozone, 45 km south of Churchill in north-east Manitoba, Canada, on the shores of Hudson Bay. Access to the park is limited due to its remote location and an effort to preserve the park. The name comes from the Cree word for polar bear. The Park is also home to Cape Churchill, which is renowned as the best location in the world to view and photograph wild polar bears.

Approximately 2/3 of the world's polar bears live in Canada, divided into 13 subpopulations. The loss of Arctic ice is the main threat to Canada's southernmost populations of polar bears, disappearing at a rate of 10% per decade since 1979 according to satellite images. The polar bear is afforded surprisingly limited protection by the Canadian government. jenrb73

The continent’s highest concentration of grizzly bears gather to feed on spawning salmon at the Khutzeymateen Grizzly Bear Sanctuary – the only sanctuary for grizzlies in Canada. #BC #Travel

"Polar Bears Playing" by Sandra Donlon via My Shot, National Geographic Photo of the Day: Your Photos [JANUARY 7, 2010] ~ Near Churchill, Manitoba, Canada.

Manitoba, Canada "Polar Bear Capital of the World" Tourists can safely view polar bears from specially modified buses known as tundra buggies.

A polar bear swims underwater in the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien, Quebec October 31, 2011. According to Environment Canada, Canada is home to around 15,000 of the estimated 20,000 polar bears in the world.

West Canada....dreaming of long walks, beautiful lakes, mountains, whales, bears and space...

Polar bears in Vapusk, Manitoba, Canada photo credit: Howard Ruby "One reason why people like polar bears, is because of the tender relationship between mother and cub.

Dog sledding Siberian husky puppy

Dog Sledding and Bear watching

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Greenland Dog Sledding