In addition to Parks Canada’s publications related to the Tuktut Nogait National Park, the following reading material also provides excellent information about the region:

  • ALUNIK, I., KOLAUSOK, E.D., MORRISON, D. 2003. Across Time and Tundra. Raincoast Books, Vancouver, B.C.
  • ANDRE, Alestine and Fehr, Alan. 2002. Gwich'in Ethnobotany: Plants used by the Gwich'in for food, medicine, shelter and tools. Gwich'in Social and Cultural Institute and Aurora Research Institute. Inuvik, NT. 68pp.
  • CAFF SECRETARIAT, ed. 2000. Arctic Flora and Fauna, Status and Conservation. Edita Plc, Helsinki. 272 pp.
  • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY.1987. Field Guide to the Birds of North America. National Geographic Society, Washington, D.C. 464pp.
  • PAGE, Burt.1991. Barrenland Beauties. Outcrop Ltd., Yellowknife. NT. 246pp.
  • PIELOU, E.C. 1994. A Naturalist’s Guide to the Arctic. University of Chicago Press, Chicago,IL.
  • TRELAWNY, John G. 1993. Wildflowers of the Yukon, Alaska and Northwestern Canada. Sono Nis Press, Victoria, B.C. 214 pp.
  • WESTERN ARCTIC HANDBOOK COMMITTEE. 2002. Canada's Western Arctic Including the Dempster Highway. Western Arctic Handbook Committee. 352 pp.
  • WESTERN ARCTIC HANDBOOK COMMITTEE. 2002. Natural History of the Western Arctic. Western Arctic Handbook Committee. 98 pp.
  • SAFETY IN BEAR COUNTRY SOCIETY. 2008. Staying Safe in Bear Country DVD. Purchase SIBCS videos from: Distribution Access at: Toll-free 1-888-440-4640,, or

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