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Tuktut Nogait National Park of Canada

Recommended Resources

In addition to Parks Canada’s publications related to the Tuktut Nogait National Park, the following reading material also provides excellent information about the region:

  • ALUNIK, I., KOLAUSOK, E.D., MORRISON, D. 2003. Across Time and Tundra. Raincoast Books, Vancouver, B.C.
  • ANDRE, Alestine and Fehr, Alan. 2002. Gwich'in Ethnobotany: Plants used by the Gwich'in for food, medicine, shelter and tools. Gwich'in Social and Cultural Institute and Aurora Research Institute. Inuvik, NT. 68pp.
  • CAFF SECRETARIAT, ed. 2000. Arctic Flora and Fauna, Status and Conservation. Edita Plc, Helsinki. 272 pp.
  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY.1987. Field Guide to the Birds of North America. National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C. 464pp.
  • PAGE, Burt.1991. Barrenland Beauties. Outcrop Ltd., Yellowknife. NT. 246pp.
  • PIELOU, E.C. 1994. A Naturalist’s Guide to the Arctic. University of Chicago Press, Chicago,IL.
  • TRELAWNY, John G. 1993. Wildflowers of the Yukon, Alaska and Northwestern Canada. Sono Nis Press, Victoria, B.C. 214 pp.
  • WESTERN ARCTIC HANDBOOK COMMITTEE. 2002. Canada's Western Arctic Including the Dempster Highway. Western Arctic Handbook Committee. 352 pp.
  • WESTERN ARCTIC HANDBOOK COMMITTEE. 2002. Natural History of the Western Arctic. Western Arctic Handbook Committee. 98 pp.
  • SAFETY IN BEAR COUNTRY SOCIETY. 2008. Staying Safe in Bear Country DVD. Purchase SIBCS videos from: Distribution Access at: Toll-free 1-888-440-4640,, or