Karrak Lake Arctic Fox Project

Karrak Lake Goose Colony


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Karrak Lake (see map) is the largest goose colony in the Queen Maud Gulf Bird Sanctuary and it containes about 700,000 nesting snow and Ross' geese. The colony contains many small lakes and covers an area of about 15 km by 15 km.

Geese arriving at Karrak Lake in late May 2001

Ross' geese during nesting 2002

Snow geese during nesting 2002

Karrak Lake in early June 2001

Karrak Lake in mid June 2004

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This page was developed by Gustaf Samelius who also took the pictures