|Location||Northwest territories, Canada|
|Adjacent bodies of water||Arctic Ocean|
The Parry Peninsula on the north coast of Canada's Northwest Territories is bounded on the west by Franklin Bay, on the north by Amundsen Gulf, and on the east by Darnley Bay.The nearest settlement is Paulatuk. It is also home to the Cape Parry Migratory Bird Sanctuary on the northern extremity of the Parry Peninsula.
- Daniel Ernest Kerr; Geological Survey of Canada (1994). Ernest Kerr, Daniel, ed. Late quaternary stratigraphy and depositional history of the Parry Peninsula-Perry River area, District of MacKenzie, Northwest Territories / (Book, Geology, Stratigraphy) (in English and French) (465 ed.). p. 34. ISBN 0-660-15411-0. Retrieved 4 March 2016.
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