Yukon is a vast territory located in Canada’s wild north-west, bordering Alaska. Yukon is mainly composed of pristine boreal forests, glacial rivers and lakes, wild mountains and tundra. Long summer days and spectacular scenery made the Yukon a great place to explore.
Canadian Lynx in Kluane National Park and Reserve.
Woodland Caribou herd on a ridge of Montana Mountain.
Fall sunrise on Lewes Lake.
Female Grizzly bear and cubs.
Bald Eagle in the rain.
Kaskawulsh Glacier in Kluane National Park and Reserve.
A curious Red Fox kit near Whitehorse.
A female Northern Flicker peeking out of its nest cavity.
Collared Pika on an alpine rock near Keno City.
Trumpeter swans in flight during Spring migration, Tagish Lake.
Black Bear feeding on a lake shore.
Beaver swimming in pond.
Beaver dam in Fall colors.
Young Grizzly crossing the North Klondike Highway.
White-tailed Ptarmigan at Skukum Creek.
Mount Hodnett & Hodnett Lakes.
Woodland Caribou at twilight on Montana Mountain.
Red Fox kits beside their den.