Yukon College has some interesting projects. One of them is this experimental greenhouse which is attempting to discover ways of growing produce in the arctic.
This all-season prototype in Whitehorse uses colourful LED lights to grow plants.
One use could be vegetables in small remote communities. The greenhouse includes a motorized shutter which opens and closes a window; sealing the cold outside in times of darkness.
Here’s a mule deer with an impressive set of antlers. On a rainy day the animals were laying low in the tall grass.
Here is (what I believe to be) a Northern Shoveler which is named after its huge beak. The duck flies a great distance to spend summers in Yukon’s marshes. It can winter in South America and Africa.
Strangely enough this bird is a female and yet it has a yellow eye. The Peterson Field Guide to birds shows only male shovelers with a yellow eye instead of a black one.