This park was the first national park in Canada, and its name means "a place for giving birth". It protects many caribou and preserves their environment so that it's perfect for reproduction. It is a very interesting park to visit during your summer walks. It is also crossed by the Firth River, which flows through the tundra to the Beaufort Sea. Many caribou come to drink from the river, as well as grizzly bears, mouflons and arctic foxes. So keep your eyes peeled!