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2014 Mingle with Muskox in Nunavik, Canada
This video is copyighted 2015 to Paul Wolff - all rights reserved
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In July 2014 we took Dutch photographers and filmmakers Paul & Jose Wolff along Ungava Bay in Nunavik Canada to
musk-oxen herds in the wild. This resulting film was taken by and copyrighted to Paul Wolff - and used with permission.
Traveling with an Inuit guide and staying at his remote coastal cabin, the small group of adventurers saw first-hand the incredible
tide cycle of Ungava Bay. This remote coastal wilderness area area has one of the largest tidal fluctuations in the world - rivaling
that of the Bay of Fundy... somtimes rising or dropping as much as 20 meters (65 ft) in a six hour period!
Over a period of a few days
they saw close to 60 musk-oxen in various size herds, grazing the lush countryside on the tidal plains along
Ungava Bay. There are thousands of musk-oxen in dozens of herds ranging from 5-30 animals in the Ungava Bay region of Nunavik. On
this trip there always seemed to be herd of musk-oxen nearby every day.
The entire expedition was exposed raw nature at its best, wild animals uniquely mixed with rich cultural exposure of the Inuit people
who have lived, hunted and survived on these harsh lands and waters for thousands of years.
Click here to learn more about the special 'Mingle with Muskox' wildlife expedition on which this video was taken
Every summer, working with the Inuit of Ungava, we organize a choice small-group guided expeditions to experience musk-oxen herds
at thier natural habitat in the wild of Nunavik Canada:
Mingle with Muskox (early July)
Polar Bears & Musk-oxen (late July & mid August)
Musk-ox, Autumn Colors & Aurora (Late August to mid-September)
Click here to see a map of the musk-oxen range in Nunavik
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