A pair of Dall sheep lock horns while sharing a mineral lick near the Wind River in the Yukon’s Peel Watershed. The sheep will often return to the naturally occurring mineral deposits to replenish nutrients they’ve lost over the winter.
How one mother bear has coexisted with urban Yukoners—so far—despite a few close calls.
Professional mushroom pickers might be angry they can’t cross the Yukon border this summer. But Yukoners aren’t missing them.
There are hundreds of varieties across the Arctic, and enthusiast André Langlois says each unique specimen says a lot about the remote environment it calls home.
Bobbi Rose Koe on launching an Indigenous tour company and heading out onto her ancestral lands on the Peel River.
Both organism and ecosystem, these colourful chimeras are the quintessential core of their northern habitat.
This Yukon inventor has big plans for a clean, green hydrogen-powered snowmachine.