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Incredible wildlife & wilderness adventures for the camera, paddle, heart & soul - to some of the most remote Arctic & sub-Arctic regions of Far Northern Canada


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Join Great Canadian Wildlife Adventures for spectacular environmentally-considerate wildlife viewing & natural history expeditions to Canada's remote northern wilderness. See migrating caribou, wild wolves, musk-oxen, moose and birds-of-prey in the true wild. Based from comfortable & catered remote wildlife camps positioned at key water crossings and traditional den areas, travel with us to Arctic & sub-Arctic Canada for incredible wilderness adventures and photo workshops under the dancing northern lights or the mystical midnight sun!

Meet some of our past clients & trip leaders, check out their photo displays and stories about their trips with us...

Click on their faces to see their places!

Story of the Month!
Professional photographer David Olson traveled all the way from Illinois USA to join our autumn caribou and northern lights expedition to northern Canada.
Click on photo to check out David's photo essay about his trip with us...


David Olson

Stuart Bell


Barry Girard


Wendy Broekx


Ron Burmeister

Lee Mann - photo copyright Annika Broden
Lee Mann


The Baenders

Dr. David Mech - photo copyright IWC
 Dr. Dave Mec
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George Archibald

Photo copyright Art Wolfe Inc.
Art Wolfe

Photo copyright Mountain Light Photography
Galen Rowell

Bill Mullins a-smiling on the tundra - photo courtesy Beverley & Allan Morris
Bill Mullins


Julie Yamaguchi


Glen Grambo 

Steve Barger


Adele Curtis

Photo copyright Art Wolfe Inc.
Dennis Fast


Rita Marett

Photo copyright Charlotte Richardson
Steve Maka

George Nagel

Photo copyright Art Wolfe Inc.
Alan Weisman

Andy Kammer
Scott Schrader
Scott Schrader
Photo copyright Annika Brodén
Annika Brodén
Photo copyright Art Wolfe Inc.
Christian Heeb

Photo copyright of Bill Silliker, Jr.
Bill Silliker Jr.

Lonnie Brock


Martin Haefele


Courtney Milne


Jay Dickman


Chris Crowley


Dr. Ella Trussell

Eric Peterson

Brad Armstrong

Bob Gainer


Nestor Lewyckyj


Martin Zeilig
Allicia Kelly

Terry Elliott

A. MacPherson


Noelle Tufts


Tundra Tom

Steve Lybeck

 

Wondering what our wildife trips really are like? Click here to read what some of the pros say about it...

 

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Our 2015 Expeditions are now on-line!
Click to download the 2015 Trip Calendar PDF

 

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Our 2014 Spring Newsletter

Click to download the printable PDF's for:

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French Version

Meet our 2014 Staff!
As wilderness guides we have spent many years designing and leading unprecedented adventures to some of the least explored regions in Canada.  Using the best of modern technology and two generations of experience allows us to present distant travels in safety, style, and with charm...

'Caribou & Wolves- The Endless Dance'

Check out this wonderful BBC & Animal Planet documentary about the seasonal interaction between caribou and tundra wolves that we helped organize and guide for well-known filmmaker Jeff Turner...

The summer cariobu migration in Canada's Far North

The Changing Page
our on-line newsletter

Read recent announcements, northern stories, current company news and trip updates...

(updated August 16, 2014)

Nothern lights display in Canada's far north

Conde Nast Traveler

The controversial article 'Diamonds in the Wild', about the Canadian barrenlands and the potential future effects of diamond and uranium exploitation in one of our last great North American wilderness areas.

Canada's Photolife Magazine

Magazine article 'Journey into the Thelon' by the late Courtney Milne.  Wildlife, wilderness & spiritual sustenance on the fringe of North America's last great wilderness...

PHOTO OF THE MONTH

Live from the field!  Musk-oxen and barrenground caribou of the Leaf River herd meet and mingle on the Ungava Peninsula in Nunavik in northern Canada. Over a period of a few days, clients saw thousands of caribou in groups of hundreds at a time, often at water crossings and while following age-old trails. Photo taken on July 29 2014 by trip leader Rachel Kobernick on the 'Great Summer Caribou Migration' expedition.


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You can still come to see the caribou! Join us this September 2014 on a choice of special small-group departures to see the autumn caribou migration, rich fall colours and fantastic displays of northern lights.

Only a few seats left at a seat sale rate!



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Great Canadian Wildlife Adventures

Phone: +608-370-5071
Email: tundra@thelon.com
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