Issue: 2019-11-06, PHOTO: Pixabay

Like most, I used to just take the butterfly for granted. Like most, I never gave it a thought other than that it was nice to see one. I lived in the more northern-central part of Ontario. Read more

Yukon Outside

Hello readers, Do you have a tattoo that is important to you? Is it inspired by something or someone in the Yukon? Please submit a highres image of your ink along with a brief explanation of its significance to Read more

Tattoo You


Issue: 2017-05-31, PHOTO: Nadine Peters

Hello Everybody, We invite you to share your photos of Yukon wildlife. Email your high-resolution images with a description of what’s going on and what camera equipment you used to Read more

Living With Wildlife


Issue: 2017-01-11, PHOTO: Fritz Mandl

Fritz Mandl was enjoying a sunny day at Army Beach in September when he came across what looked like a dying butterfly. The fragile insect was flying past him on a cold gust of northern wind when it suddenly dropped from the air and went limp, ... Read more

Yukon Wildlife


Issue: 2016-04-14, PHOTO:

Monarch butterflies may appear fragile, but as a whole the species is extraordinarily hardy. Every year, the Eastern North American monarch butterfly population migrates thousands of miles from southern Ontario to overwinter in Mexico... Read more

Yukon Education

I am not into moths yet, I'm just getting to know butterflies, but this Bedstraw Hawk-moth is special and it loves my garden because of the Northern Bedstraw that grows abundantly Read more

Yukon Wildlife