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Tag Archives: Lake Clark National Park

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Teaching bears to fish

Of all the photos that I arrived back in my office with from my trip to Alaska, it was the series that produced this particular photo that is probably my favorite moment out of all […]

 

of wolves and bears

Early morning on the banks of the Cook Inlet with wolves and bears. Both of these species come down and share space when the salmon are running. Little attention is paid to one another as […]

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Coastal Wolves

For three mornings in a row, we had wolves come down to hunt salmon with the bears. Though I may call these creatures coastal wolves, as of yet, there is no proof that the species […]

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Spirit of the Wild

What is it about bears that say “wilderness” to us? For North America, these are our super predator. Their reign is undisputed in the natural world. For me, there are few moments in life in which […]

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Brown Bear Reflections

The biggest problem one faces when photographing brown bears along the banks of Cook Inlet in Alaska, is that they keep getting too damn close. Now, I should admit that I was being stubborn this […]