The university studies captive muskoxen, reindeer, and caribous here on a property often called the "muskox farm." Tours are given daily in the high season, with naturalists bringing animals into an amphitheater for close-up viewing. At any time, on a walk along the fence from the parking lot on Yankovich Road, you can see the animals behaving naturally in the large pastures. Best times are the cool morning or evening hours, and binoculars help. A small gift shop specializes in qiviut, the soft underwool of the muskox.