Qitqani Kaanatamut nakuutqiaq tariuqmi Kangirsualuup Iluani, unaluuniit Kangiqsualuk ilua, niglaumayuq uqauhinga Ukiuqtaqtumi Tariuq. Tunngahuktittiyuq itqurnarutayuq 57,000 qilalukkanik aadlatlu tariup huradjat maamaktittiyut, tikitpaktaa hivuraanut European nunangit ukunani Scandinavia, Germany unalu Russia.
Taimaa Kangirsualuup Iluani inmat Nunaryuaptikni hivuratqianga ukiuqtaqtumi unalu tuglia ukiuqtaqtumi avatiliriniqmut, hakuilluaqtuq pipkaidjutinganut hilaup aadlangurninnga ayurhautinganillu una pipkaidjutininnga hulilukaarutit ukunatitut imaup hukanninganit aulapkaiyuq havauhikhat.
The Beluga News The Beluga & Calf Issue, Summer 2022
The third issue of The Beluga News highlights the latest scientific research taking place in Churchill, Manitoba, including new research into how beluga calves and their mothers use the estuaries.
The Beluga News: Summer 2021
The second issue of Beluga News provides updates about our three-year study of how belugas interact with whale-watching boats in Churchill, Manitoba.
Western Hudson Bay and Its Beluga Estuaries Protecting Abundance for a Sustainable Future
Western Hudson Bay is globally signification wildlife habitat, as well as the site of important historic and cultural sites. Western Hudson Bay and Its Beluga Estuaries: Protecting Abundance for a Sustainable Future advocates for a national marine conservation area in this region.
Protecting Manitoba’s Beluga Estuaries
The river estuaries in Western Hudson Bay provide invaluable summer habitat for one-third of the world’s beluga whales. However, climate change and industrial impacts threaten this region’s ecological viability and have the potential to fundamentally impact the economic base and health of coastal communities that rely on its natural resources for sustenance.
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