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... golden-crowned sparrow and the Pine Siskin. Beavers, otters, muskrats, salmon and dolly varden also call the clear, ice cold waters of Tern Lake home. There we had a surprise meeting with Fred and Ria the couple visiting from Antwerp, Belgium we were with on our Denali tour. We had enjoyed getting to know them and were so glad to see them again. They both have awesome cameras and their pictures are incredible. We exchanged contact info and hope to one ...
... for bears, but emerged into the town streets unscathed, and took photos of an historic turreted house on the way back at the ship. The amazing thing was that although there were four cruise ships in with over 8,000 guests, not to mention all the staff, once we got away from the few streets of souvenir shops we hardly saw another cruise passenger.
We killed a bit of time walking the waterfront away from the town, past the seaplane bases, but decided to keep ...
... glaciers were astonishing to behold...some were calving. Seem so powerful and yet so fragile with their retreat. We saw one, however, that was advancing. Good to know! Saw sea otters and sea lions, and an eagle. Many beautiful waterfalls. They served a good fish and chips lunch and the Forest Service naturalist who lectured ...
... State Park Naturalist presentations, which we joined before dinner about the 1964 earthquake which was very interesting, we didn’t know Alaska coastline was part of the Ring of Fire. There are over 1000 earthquakes a year, and currently there is 52 active volcanoes. The Naturalists also have nature walks of the native cultures, geology and ecology during the day. They do suggest to do the scheduled walks with Rangers because of the amount of Bears, Moose in the area for ...
... at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center for some up close and personal time with a lot of the animals we just saw at Denali. The Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center is a sanctuary for injured or abandoned animals that can't be returned to the wild. They also have a captive breeding program for muskox, forest bison and caribou for reintroduction to the wild. We see black bears being fed salmon (they prefer dogfood), grizzlies playing around, moose feeding on ...
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