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Aylmer Lake, Northwest Territories & Baffin Island, Nunavut

Alectoria minuscula, The Black Lichen of Baffin Island

Alectoria minuscula, The Black Lichen of Baffin Island

(Seton unfortunately never explored Baffin Island, but reading The Arctic Prairies inspired my interest in the far north, so in lieu of a Seton account, I offer my own.) ONE of the goals of Seton’s 1907 Arctic trip was to find and study Musk-ox (Ovibos moschatus), the...

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The Ice Caves of Baffin Island

The Ice Caves of Baffin Island

(Seton unfortunately never explored Baffin Island, but reading The Arctic Prairies inspired my interest in the far north, so in lieu of a Seton account, I offer my own.) The eastern Arctic Inuit town of Pond Inlet, on Baffin Island, in the Canadian territory of...

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Aylmer Lake and The Arctic Prairies

In 1907, after a life that had already included many great adventures, Seton embarked on one of his most important. At age 47 he made a five and one-half month canoe trip on rivers in Canada’s western Arctic. Accompanied by biologist Edward A. Preble, they began on...

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