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A believer & purveyor of the power of last wilderness - and the need to protect it at any cost
A believer & purveyor of the power of last wilderness - and the need to protect it at any cost

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This fantastic photo of caribou on the autumn tundra while losing their antler velvet was taken by photographer Steve Maka in Canada's Far North. During the autumn period that begins in late August, the caribou bulls start to shed their antler velvet. During this period the antlers are tinged red from the sheiding process, and is called 'hanging bloody'. By mid-September, just before the mating period, the antlers are usually velvet free and sun-bleached white again. To learn more about our special expeditions to see the caribou migration in northern Canada, go to www.thelon.com/caribou.htm

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A bull musk-ox bellows over his cows on a 'Mingle with Musk-ox'' expedition along Ungava Bay in Nunavik Canada. There are virtually thousands of musk-oxen in dozens of herds here along the coast and deep into the Ungava interior. Photo taken by client / photographer AD Wilson. To learn more about our special wildlife expeditions to see musk-oxen herds in Canada's Far North - go to www.thelon.com/muskox.htm.

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This photo of cross-fox kit at the entrance to their sandy den was taken by trip leader Terry Elliott on a springtime wildlife expedition to see wild wolves and fox during the den cycle in Canada's Far North. Fox will often re-use abandoned wolf dens as their own. Wolves on the other hand, rarely if ever use the same den hole twice.  To learn more about our upcoming 'Search for the Legendary Tundra Wolves' wildlife expeditions to the remote Nunavik region in northern Canada in 2016, go to www.thelon.com/wolves.htm.
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This awesome shot of three adult tundra wolves near the den site was taken by photographer David Welling during a special wolf photo expedition to Canada's Far North. To learn more about our special expeditions to encounter wild tundra wolves in their natural habitat during the den cycle, go to www.thelon.com/wolves.htm
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Morning magic: This beautiful photo of a set of caribou antlers silhouetted by morning first light was taken by client / photographer Steve Barger at one our remote autumn wildlife camps in Canada's Far North. To learn more about our autumn expedition to see wildlife, autumn colors and northern lights in Nunavik, go to www.thelon.com/autumn.html.
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This beautiful photo of caribou cows meeting the bulls of the Leaf River caribou herd on the remote tundra of Nunavik Canada, was taken by clients Murray & Marcelle Douglas in August 2015. To learn more about our special expeditions to see the great caribou migration, go to www.thelon.com/caribou.htm
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This awesome photo of a wild alpha male tundra wolf laying below a set of shed caribou antlers was taken by trip leader Noelle Tufts during a tundra Wolves' wildlife photography camp expedition in northern Canada.

To learn more about the upcoming 'Search for the Legendary Tundra Wolves' trips we will be operating to Nunavik in Canada's Far North during the den cycle in July 2016, go to www.thelon.com/wolves.htm
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This beautiful sunset photo was taken during the autumn period by photographer Steve Barger on the remote barren-grounds of the Canadian Far North. Sunsets here this far north lasts for hours! To learn more about our special trips to the Canadian Arctic to see musk-ox, autumn colors & northern lights, go to www.thelon.com/autumn.html
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