Updates from July 3, 2007
A large caribou walks through the bed of a glacial river in Denali National Park.
This is the first grizzly bear I've seen. It's in Denali National Park. People with long-range binoculars, plus the view through a couple spotting scopes the park installed at this stop, verified that the little light spot my arrow is pointing to is, in fact, a grizzly bear. This is the closest view I got.
In this "close up" of a grizzly bear laying down on an alpine hillside in Denali National Park, you can almost tell it's a bear.
This is the Tanana River in Nenana, Alaska. It's one of the Yukon's largest tributaries. I can break my usual "no naming rivers" policy for this picture because there's no fishing (except with bait for burbot) in the Tanana -- it runs with incredibly turbid glacial melt-water in which game fishing is pretty much impossible. You literally can't see an INCH into it, probably not even half an inch.
This golden eagle is soaring through Denali National Park.
Dall Sheep in Denali National Park.
A Dall Sheep ram sits atop a mountain in Denali National Park.
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