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Nicolas DORY
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The Fortymile Caribou Herd recovery is a tribute to people’s care for a graceful animal who hasn’t been seen in its past stomping grounds for decades. Seeing the herd this winter in the Tombstone Territorial Park was a very encouraging news for the herd. Here are a selection of pictures of the Fortymile Caribou Herd grazing in the Tombstone Territorial Park from this past winter.
The Fortymile Caribou Herd hasn’t been seen in its past stomping grounds of the Yukon Territory for decades. Seeing them this winter in the Tombstone Territorial Park was a very encouraging news for the herd. Historically, the Fortymile Caribou Herd is... #canada #caribou #fortymilecaribouherd
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Northern Lights dancing over Miles Canyon and Grey Mountain last night. - in Yukon Territory
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Wonderfull !! Thank you for sharing +Nicolas DORY 
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"Driving over the frozen Arctic Ocean"

Just got back from a little adventure in the Arctic! A six days road trip (3300 km / 2050 miles) on the Dempster Highway to Inuvik extended as an ice road to Aklavik and Tuktoyaktuk, located on the shore of the Arctic Ocean. That was an amazing experience to drive more than 500 km / 310 miles with a 7 foot-thick blue ice under the wheels. #NWT — at Tuktoyaktuk NWT.
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It must be a great adventure, especially with the Forester. :) I love this car, I had one when I lived in Upstate New York.
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Stretching lynx after nap time

It was exactly three years ago at the same time of the year when I followed fresh wolf tracks in the Ogilvie Mountains (Yukon Territory, Canada), north of Tombstone, and found this canadian lynx stretching in the sunset. I spent three hours with the feline, watching him resting, stretching and hunting snowshoe hares in the snow. — in Yukon Territory.
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Congratulation   +Nicolas DORY   your photograph has been selected to be displayed at +Photo Mania Canada #photomaniacanada. You will also be added to the Canadian Photographers Circle for March.
Have a great day!  
+Giselle Savoie and +Mark HELM 
Thank you.
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A Barren-ground bull caribou from the Forty Mile herd walking ahead of the rest of the group in the subarctic tundra recently. — in Yukon Territory.
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+Nicolas DORY Très belle photographie (j'aurais aimé vous accompagner pour vivre cet instant). J'aime particulièrement l'allure de l'animal et les couleurs. Bravo !
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This is courtship season for bald eagles as they pair up, assert dominance of their territory and prepare to nest. Bald eagles mate when they reach sexual maturity at around four or five years of age. — in Yukon Territory.
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Great capture of their behavioural display, Excellent!
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After almost 6 years in the Yukon, I encountered wolves only two or three times and always very far in the distance, without being able to capture these precious moments. Two weeks ago, I finally g...
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"See, the ice didn't crack at all. It's still frozen enough for a 3,000 reindeer herd to run together."

During my recent road trip on the ice road to Tuktoyaktuk in the Mackenzie Delta, I witnessed the move of the Canada’s only reindeer herd, from their wintering grounds at Jimmy Lake to their calving grounds on Richards Island. The Mackenzie Delta Reindeer Herd is the only free-range herd of reindeer in Canada and consists of about 3,000 animals. It was very impressive to see them moving all huddled together.
— in Tuktoyaktuk.
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"Yukon Wolf"

After almost 6 years in the Yukon, I encountered wolves only two or three times and always very far in the distance, without being able to capture these precious moments. Yesterday morning, I finally got my chance to photograph a beautiful Yukon Wolf for around 10 minutes and almost too close to take pictures with my 500mm lens! What a magical moment that was! — in Yukon Territory.
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+Nicolas DORY Wonderfull wolfes. That probably be a huge experience for you ! I was lucky to touch half-wild wolfes in Québec at +Centre de vacances Ferme 5 Étoiles and it was a real pleasure and honor to see and touch Arctic Wolfes.
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"Excitation Jump"

I have witnessed this jumping caribou while watching the Fortymile herd during their migration through Tombstone Territorial Park. The Forty Mile caribou herd once numbered in the hundreds of thousands in the early 1900s, and is now estimated as 43,000 animals only.

When caribou are moving along and one is alarmed, it rears up on its hind feet, whirls about, and dashes off. When a caribou does this, scent from the interdigital gland is deposited on the ground. Every caribou that comes to the spot will sniff the scent and then became excited and alarmed.

in Yukon Territory, Canada
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Award Winning Nature Photographer based in Whitehorse, Yukon.

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Founder of the group of Nature photographer Eresus-nature.
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