NATURE

Web Sites

Canada Welcomes Nunavut
http://www.caldercup.com/CNEWSNunavut/
Test your knowledge of Nunavut with a quiz, read articles about the territory, or visit the photo gallery all in this Web site.

First Nations: Nunavut
http://www.cbc.ca/news/indepth/firstnations/
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's site includes an excellent collection of articles on women, health, and politics on the First Nations people of Canada.

Inuit Art Foundation
http://www.inuitart.org/
This non-profit organization is dedicated to promoting Inuit art and helping struggling Inuit artists.

Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC)
http://www.inuit.org/
Learn more about current issues facing the Inuit today at the ICC's website. The ICC brings together representatives from Inuit populations in the circumpolar region.

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: Canada's National Inuit Organization
http://www.tapirisat.ca/
This Web site is a great starting place for those interested in Inuit history and culture.

Nunavut Parks
http://www.nunavutparks.com/index.cfm
Read detailed information about the territory's parks, wildlife, and geography. Includes information for travelers on how to immerse themselves in Inuit life.

Nunavut Tourism - Experience Nunavut
http://www.nunavuttourism.com/
All about Nunavut, its creation, people, history, and featuring resources for ecotourism and travel in the region.

Nunavut Travel and Tourism
http://www.nunavut.worldweb.com/
This site, especially geared towards those ready to make the journey to Nunavut, includes articles and images of the region.

The Nunavut Voyages of Martin Frobisher
http://www.civilization.ca/hist/frobisher/frint01e.html
Learn about explorer Martin Frobisher's 1577 exploration of the region.

Books

Bruemmer, Fred. ARCTIC ANIMALS. Ashland: NorthWord Inc, 1987.

Sage, Bryan. THE ARCTIC AND ITS WILDLIFE. New York: Facts on File Publications, 1986.

Soper, Tony. THE ARCTIC: A GUIDE TO COASTAL WILDLIFE. Guilford: Brandt Travel Guides, 2001.


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