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Connecting this holiday season

Like our need for connectivity, much of the Yukon’s wildlife also needs to be able to travel from one place to another.

The World’s Greatest Migrator: the Arctic tern flies over 45,000 kilometres each year

The last Au Naturel column looked at the sudden appearance of birds during spring migration. Today, when you walk along the Millennium Trail, look out for a white bird with pointed wings and a forked tail. It should be flying buoyantly over the river. At first glance you may think it’s a gull, but look closer …

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