by Jaezon and Lawrence
- You can backpack across Ellesmere Island , 600 miles from the North Pole.
- You can see the landscape of deep fjords, calving tidewater glaciers, icebergs and tundra.
- Quiet time and solitude, Its a good place to be alone.
- Travel with biologists and naturalists to experience the thick billed murre, the northern fulmar,and the Blacked legged Kittiwake.
A COOL PLACE TO VISIT
Dont forget to bring a coat
Tempratures run from 2 degrees F at highest, during the winter, and -9 F at the lowest
A common bird of the far northern oceans,
the Thick-billed Murre is found in Arctic waters across the globe.
It stays in packs and using its wings to swim underwater to find its fish
- relative of albatrosses
- is a bird of the northern oceans.
- It breeds in a few dozen scattered locations off Alaska and Canada,
- widespread in the northern hemisphere, the northeast Atlantic
Relaxing and fun but cold, if you like that kind of stuff..... o3o
Human Enviromental Impacts
- Most of the aquatic animal here are highly sensitive to potential oil spills in the Davis Strait shipping route
- Increased cruise ship tourism could have environmental impacts on these animals
- We need to stop shipping things to often and think of a better way to keep our oil in one place