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Mount Pelly Park

Mount Pelly Park is also known as Uvajuq. The park is located about 15 km east of Cambridge Bay. It presents an interesting blend of mountain and lake landscapes. Mount Pelly Park is home to large numbers of Arctic birds and animals including:

  • tundra swans
  • whistling swans
  • jaegers
  • musk oxen

Bird watchers from around the world are attracted to Mount Pelly Park.

Musk Oxen grazing on the tundra
Musk Oxen grazing on the tundra

Arctic Birds
Tundra Swans in flight

Bird Watching over Cambridge Bay

Bird Watching over Cambridge Bay

Stilt Sandpiper

A Stilt Sandpiper

Bird Watching in Cambridge Bay

The lowland tundra, numerous lakes and coastal areas surrounding Cambridge Bay are alive with birds of many species. Birders have logged sightings of:

  • Tundra Swan
  • Whistling Swans
  • Greater White-fronted Goose
  • Black Brants
  • Canada Geese
  • Oldsquaw
  • Pintail
  • King Eider Rock and Willow Ptarmigan
  • Red Phalarope
  • Semi-palmated Turnstone
  • Sandpiper
  • Stilt Sandpiper
  • Lapland Longspur
  • Snow Bunting
 

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