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Narwhal Camp: Polar bears, bowhead whales and giant gulls

Glacous gulls
WWF biologists Tom Arnbom and Melanie Lancaster share their observations from Narwhal Camp in Tallurutiup Imanga in Canada’s Arctic, where they and other scientists are working to ...
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Welcome to Narwhal Camp

Melanie Lancaster and Tom Arnbom
WWF biologists at Narwhal Camp in Canada’s Arctic share observations from the field where, along with Department of Fisheries and Oceans researchers and others, they are gathering ...
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More parks but less wildlife: What’s going on?

More parks but less wildlife: What’s going on?
An unprecedented commitment to terrestrial protected areas in Canada could still leave our most vulnerable species unprotected. Here’s how we can make sure that doesn’t happen.
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Holding the line for nature

Holding the line for nature
Lundrigan’s Marsh is a protected wetland next to an industrial park. The community is making sure it’s not laid to waste.
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