Expansion of Nahanni National Park Reserve L’agrandissement de la réserve de parc national Nahanni
An alpine pool above Death Lake in the Nahanni Karstlands.
Park staff near the karst cliffs above Death Lake in the Nahanni Karstlands.
Death Lake, with Death Canyon in the distance. Nahanni Karstlands.
The Second Polje on a cloudy day, in the Nahanni Karstlands.
Park staff surveying the karst formations in the Nahanni Karstlands.
Marcel Cholo and Sharon Hayes exploring karst caves on a karst survey in the Nahanni Karstlands.
The Ram River Canyon in the Nahanni Karstlands.
Park staff surveying the karst formations in the Nahanni Karstlands.
Looking down into Death Canyon from a karst cave in the cliffs above.  Nahanni Karstlands.
Elsie Marcellais of Nahanni Butte prepares a moose hide.  If the national park is expanded, Aboriginal traditional harvest...
Dall’s sheep at the Prairie Creek mineral lick.
Dall’s sheep sheltering in karst caves, Nahanni Karstlands
Woodland Caribou moving through the Rabbitkettle valley in spring.
 
 
Weighing a stunned Bull Trout during the Bull Trout study.
Source pool for Meilleur Springs, in the southern part of the Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
A tufa (calcium carbonate) waterfall near Meilleur Hot Springs, in the southern part of the Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
Glacier Lake and Mt. Harrison-Smith, Cirque of the Unclimbables.
Climbers camping in the Fairy Meadows, Cirque of the Unclimbables, Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
Ragged Range glaciers, west of Cirque of the Unclimbables.
Ragged Range icefield, Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
Setting up a glacier monitoring station near Brintnell Glacier.
Jon Tsetso and Barry Troke, surveying Dall’s sheep on Tlogotsho Plateau.
Park Warden Jon Tsetso on the Tlogotsho Plateau, surveying Dall’s sheep.
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The Nahanni National Park, Canadian Wilderness and First Nations, Alan Latourelle

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Alan Latourelle, CEO of Parks Canada, spoke during the Monday (9 November) WILD9 plenary on The Nahanni National Park, Canadian Wilderness and First Nations.

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  • The recommended boundary: at 30,000 square km, this covers 91% of the Dehcho part of the GNE. It is 14.3% of the Dehcho territory. In area it is between Option 1 and Option 2 that we just showed. It has better conservation value than option 1, and better mineral availability than option 2. Speak to: (1) conservation gains; (2) areas left open to mining; and (3) mining roads.
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    1. 1. Expansion of Nahanni National Park Reserve L’agrandissement de la réserve de parc national Nahanni
    2. 2. An alpine pool above Death Lake in the Nahanni Karstlands.
    3. 3. Park staff near the karst cliffs above Death Lake in the Nahanni Karstlands.
    4. 4. Death Lake, with Death Canyon in the distance. Nahanni Karstlands.
    5. 5. The Second Polje on a cloudy day, in the Nahanni Karstlands.
    6. 6. Park staff surveying the karst formations in the Nahanni Karstlands.
    7. 7. Marcel Cholo and Sharon Hayes exploring karst caves on a karst survey in the Nahanni Karstlands.
    8. 8. The Ram River Canyon in the Nahanni Karstlands.
    9. 9. Park staff surveying the karst formations in the Nahanni Karstlands.
    10. 10. Looking down into Death Canyon from a karst cave in the cliffs above. Nahanni Karstlands.
    11. 11. Elsie Marcellais of Nahanni Butte prepares a moose hide. If the national park is expanded, Aboriginal traditional harvesting will always continue.
    12. 12. Dall’s sheep at the Prairie Creek mineral lick.
    13. 13. Dall’s sheep sheltering in karst caves, Nahanni Karstlands
    14. 14. Woodland Caribou moving through the Rabbitkettle valley in spring.
    15. 17. Weighing a stunned Bull Trout during the Bull Trout study.
    16. 18. Source pool for Meilleur Springs, in the southern part of the Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
    17. 19. A tufa (calcium carbonate) waterfall near Meilleur Hot Springs, in the southern part of the Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
    18. 20. Glacier Lake and Mt. Harrison-Smith, Cirque of the Unclimbables.
    19. 21. Climbers camping in the Fairy Meadows, Cirque of the Unclimbables, Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
    20. 22. Ragged Range glaciers, west of Cirque of the Unclimbables.
    21. 23. Ragged Range icefield, Greater Nahanni Ecosystem.
    22. 24. Setting up a glacier monitoring station near Brintnell Glacier.
    23. 25. Jon Tsetso and Barry Troke, surveying Dall’s sheep on Tlogotsho Plateau.
    24. 26. Park Warden Jon Tsetso on the Tlogotsho Plateau, surveying Dall’s sheep.

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