June to mid-July
This is the time to see ice and snow. The sea ice has not melted yet; polar bears and walrus will be searching for food at the ice edge and at this time there are good chances for spotting them. Birds are returning to breed.
Mid-July to mid-August
This is the pick of the season, there will be plenty of daylight, there will be likely less sea ice blocking the channels and bays. Tundra flowers are blooming and wildlife is abundant.
Mid-August to September
The days are shortening; birds begin to migrate south; and skies can be moody. There is less sea ice, and the sun will be in an angle, that can give nice opportunities for sunrise and sunset pictures. This is also a great time for Northern Lights.
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