White Pelicans gather at Mountain Rapids on the Slave River in Fort Smith A juvenile great-horned owl peeks over her shoulder from her perch. Yellowknife has the highest concentration of urban ravens in North America On any clear night there is a good chance you will see the Aurora Borealis or northern lights. Red foxes are abundant and mostly friendly. You can find beauty even on the coldest days if you are brave enough to venture out. Sunset over the Trout River above Sambaa Deh Falls. A cross fox watches over her family. A common raven loses nearly no body heat in the winter but where they do frost will build up on the coldest winter days. A black bear crosses NWT highway #1 near Fort Simpson. Mid-winter sunsets over Great Slave Lake can last for hours. A white pelican surfs the Rapids of the Drowned in Fort Smith. This pair of foxes were flirting with each other at the Yellowknife dump. Bear tracks pressed in the mud near a salt creek at Grosbeak Lake in Wood Buffalo National Park. An elder demonstrates how to pluck a duck. An elder rides home from the Northern on her Honda.