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Yukon government camprounds

Enjoy the great outdoors this summer! Government campgrounds are fully serviced until mid-September.

Yukon government campgrounds

Enjoy the great outdoors this summer! Government campgrounds are fully serviced until mid-September.

Wildlife viewing events

Get acquainted with Yukon's wildlife with FREE wildlife viewing events across the territory.

Climate change and Yukon

The rapid effect of climate change in the arctic threatens environmental and historic resources such as Herschel Island-Qikiqtaruk.

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Latest News

 

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July 30, 2015 Conservation Officers and others will be undertaking “aversive conditioning” of bears, starting today, to discourage their presence in Carcross. Activities will include loud noises (bear-bangers), lights and trained dogs. Learn more. . .
July 8, 2015Read more... Canada’s Parks Day is an opportunity to participate in fun, educational and family-oriented events at parks and historic sites across the country. Saturday, July 18 events include a free boat trip and self-guided tour of Fort Selkirk, interpretive hikes to Canyon City and a Family Fun Day at Kathleen Lake. Get the details on our Canada's Parks Day web page. There will also be an information booth at the Fireweed Market (Shipyards Park) in Whitehorse on Thursday, July 16.
June 26, 2015Read more... This year, Environment Yukon received 3,470 Permit Hunt Authorization (PHA) applications — a record number of applicants. For the 2015 permit hunt draw results, click here.
June 17, 2015Read more... Environment Yukon Conservation Officers have "gone green" by switching to a forest green shirt. It will now be easier for the public to identify a CO from a distance by his or her uniform. The distinctive CO vehicle markings will not change.
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