This video says about itself:
23 November 2015
Season 16 Episode 2: Drone Art
Nansen spent four weeks filming at Arctic Watch and around Somerset Island. This video aims to share some of the magical wonders of the Northwest Passage – the beluga congregation of Cunningham Inlet, the polar bears living in the environment and the unique landscapes of this hidden gem in Canada.
Nansen Weber is the first to film high Arctic wildlife with the use of a drone.
Shot uniquely on the coast of Somerset Island, this video showcases one of the last beluga nurseries on earth – Cunningham Inlet. Nearly two thousand whales congregate annually within this inlet.
Beluga whales are rare and elusive — so how best to track them? One group of scientists decided to use satellite tags — and now, after fifteen years worth of data to hand, they’ve reported their results: here.
Beluga whales that spend summers feeding in the Arctic are diving deeper and longer to find food than in earlier years, when sea ice covered more of the ocean for longer periods, according to a new analysis: here.