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Milne Inlet, Nunavut

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Milne Inlet is adjacent to Bylot Island at the northern end of Baffin Island. Bylot Island is one of the largest uninhabited islands in the world. Vertical cliffs and numerous glaciers are found along the shores of Bylot Island. Polar bears are known to den here, while beluga and bowhead whale, narwhal, harp seal, and ringed seal frequent the area. Milne Inlet falls within the boundaries of Sirmilik National Park. The importance this area has for birds is shown in its designation as an Important Bird Area and Bylot Island Migratory Bird Sanctuary.

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Milne Inlet, Nunavut

Milne Inlet, Nunavut