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Beluga Whales Parade & Play in Cunningham River

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High above the Arctic Circle, the inlet at the mouth of the river running through the barren tundra on Somerset Island, Nunavut, comes alive each summer. Pods of hundreds of beluga whales, from the air, resemble something out of a science fiction movie.

It's an almost unbelievable sight: close to 2,000 majestic white belugas, nicknamed "sea canaries" for their high-pitched whistles and clicking, play and parade for visitors at Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, a beluga whale watching hotspot.

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Spotlight on Beluga Whale Communication

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This popular post was first published in 2015. 

On Somerset Island in the Canadian province of Nunavut, is a world-class beluga observation site, home to enormous arctic whale pods each summer. In summer 2014, Arctic Watch welcomed Vancouver Aquarium researcher Dr. Valeria Vergara, who spent four weeks at the lodge on an arctic research project, furthering her in-depth studies of the area’s belugas. 

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No Shortage of High Arctic Adventure at Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge

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A visit to Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, Canada’s most northerly wilderness lodge at 311 miles (500 km) north of the Arctic Circle, is an arctic expedition unlike any other. From late June to mid-August, travelers can explore the area around the lodge on Somerset Island and experience for themselves the trip that fashion icon Jeanne Beker recently called “magical, and very personal.”

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Experience Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge Through the Eyes of Fashion Icon Jeanne Beker

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Canadian journalist, fashion icon and media personality Jeanne Beker and her daughter Bekky recently traveled with Quark Expeditions to Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, a unique adventure outpost and world-class beluga whale watching site 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle. This is the conclusion of a 3 Part blog series.

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Arctic Adventure & Exploration with Canadian Fashionista Jeanne Beker

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 Canadian journalist, fashion icon and media personality Jeanne Beker and her daughter Bekky recently traveled with Quark Expeditions to Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, a unique adventure outpost and world-class beluga whale watching site 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle. This is Part 2 of a 3 Part blog series.

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Fashion Icon Jeanne Beker Heeds the Call of the Far North

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Canadian journalist, fashion icon and media personality Jeanne Beker and her daughter Bekky recently traveled with Quark Expeditions to Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, a unique adventure outpost and world-class beluga whale watching site 500 miles north of the Arctic Circle. This is Part 1 of a 3 Part blog series.

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Top 5 Expeditions for Adventure Travel Lovers

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What’s your next travel destination? There are so many choices for adventurous travelers like yourself, it can be difficult to narrow down all your options.

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Arctic Watch photo journal

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By Will Robson, freelance journalist and photographer
(Instagram @
willhrobson. All images © Will Robson, unless otherwise credited.)

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Arctic Watch: Home of Real Life Arctic Explorers

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When you visit Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge, you become part of a three generation dynasty of arctic explorers unlike any other in Canadian history. 

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Drone Art Video - A Bird’s Eye View of the Arctic

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There’s no shortage of opportunities to experience incredible marine and land flora and fauna in the area around Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge from different perspectives. And now, seasoned wildlife photographer and Arctic Watch guide Nansen Weber has given the world an entirely new perspective, thanks to new drone technology.

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