The day started off slow, no bears, few tracks, travelled more than half the day, finally spotted a bear in the distance, checked out the bear only to see it was a 6 1/2 foot bear. Set up camp disappointed no bear today I guess was in my mind. Decided to look through the binoculars a last time before going off to sleep to find a boar and a sow. In the event of the hunt got this great picture.
Winner: Jessica Tinashlu
My husband and his hunting buddy went polar bear hunting over the long weekend and came across this iceberg, and a polar bear was running away and the cub is climbing up the iceberg. This was 116 miles north of Naujaat.
WINNER: Doreen Tiktaq Niego
Here’s a great photo of our family that was ruined by a bumblebee. During the spring time we were heading out to camp and decided to take a family picture but heard a bumblebee. The camera was on self-timer. Read More
Winner: Lars Nielsen Qaqqaq
I went caribou hunting west of Baker Lake in November with Susan Toolooktook. It was a warm day with flurries. We saw fresh wolf tracks and drove over a few more hills, stopping on the top of a hill and we saw a pack of four wolves.
Winner: Lindsay Kidlapik
“Peyton Nicole, age 5. Enjoying the nice weather on May 14, 2017 while ice fishing. She was very excited to camp out on the land in a tent for the first time and helped her Dad setting up the tent. Peyton had a great time the whole weekend of fishing even though she didn’t catch any but excited to go again next spring!” Read More
Winner: Tara Green
“Here is two-year-old Autut Illnik trying to carry her dad’s sole catch of the evening. There were plenty of geese flying, however little Autut, being the playful tyke she is, wasn’t keen on staying still for too long and diverted all the geese. Time to get some camo gear for next season because she sure isn’t missing out on the hunt. Maybe we can find a camo soother too.” Read More
Winner: Jessie Kaludjak
“I had the pleasure of tagging along boating with my husband and son Peter Sr. And Jr. Kaludjak this past spring while they hunted for seals, whales and walruses. Here they stand on floating ice to scan the horizon for sea mammals.” Read More