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River of White – Across the Northwest Passage

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Guest Post by Nick Engelmann, Expedition Team Member

A “red whale,” I stand on the top deck in my innumerable layers of polyester and wool, encased in a red Mustang flotation coat, waiting. We are closing in on the eastern entrance of the Bellot Strait on our Northwest Passage: Franklin’s Legend Arctic expedition, and the view from our ship, Sea Adventurer, isn’t promising.

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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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Quark Expeditions Welcomes You to the Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge Experience

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Exciting news! For the upcoming 2015 expedition seasons, Quark is very pleased to offer our first-ever land-based adventure. It's an Arctic experience like no other, 500 miles above the Arctic Circle at the family-owned and operated Arctic Watch Wilderness Lodge on Somerset Island, Nunavut.

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