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N.W.T. rules around wildlife photography news to Inuvik photographer.
photographer from Inuvik, N.W.T., got an unexpected phone call soon after using his drone to make a video of a grizzly bear and cubs near the community.
After posting the video online, Kristian Binder said he got a call from the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, and it came with a warning.
"[They] knew that I have the business and they were warning me about possible commercial usage," said Binder, who runs Eighty One Images where he puts photos he's taken on calendars, leggings, mugs and more.
Under regulations established in the territory's Wildlife Act in 2014, anyone who wants to take photos of wildlife for commercial use in the N.W.T. must apply for a wildlife observation permit.
Binder said he was completely unaware of the regulations surrounding wildlife photography.
"It definitely needs to be put out there because I really had no idea," Binder said.