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A junior seagull learns to walk

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This little bird was learning to walk around downtown Whitehorse, under the watchful eye of a parent.

The larger bird was screeching, and the little bird would respond with chirps.

Carcross desert

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Here is the Carcross desert looking like some exotic planet out of Star Wars: Ice and sand side by side.

Yukon Quest 2017: And they’re off!

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The Yukon Quest kicked off this weekend, as mushers are making their way from Whitehorse Yukon to Fairbanks, Alaska.

The race is a huge event for Whitehorse, with fans visiting from around the world.

Yukon Horse & Rider Association

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There are ranches in Yukon including a few outside Whitehorse.

The Yukon Horse & Rider Association had a horse show this weekend to show off some local kids’ equestrian skills.

Big moose along the Yukon River

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Fort Selkirk, along the Yukon River

DSC_0170DSC_0178DSC_0179DSC_0181There’s a place accessible only by the Yukon River called Fort Selkirk. It’s about two days’ paddle outside of Carmacks.

Fort Selkirk has old but restored cabins which serve as museums and works as a campground.

Mule deer on the Alaska highway

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This mule deer was spotted on the side of the Alaska highway grazing among the lupins and tall grass.