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... long; then progressed to the Raptor Centre. The Raptor Centre is a not for profit organisation that takes on Native Raptors that have been injured and cannot be released back into the wild. It reminds me of the Birds of Prey at Healesville Sanctuary. There was a presentation where one of the handlers brought in a Bald Eagle, who cannot fly again, due to shattering its shoulder after getting electrocuted and falling heavily to the ground. This bird was beautiful. The bird ...
... in better light, 25 people got off. These are little buses-this was like a clown car. I don’t know where they had them all!
Turns out this was a small ship day; this line, Columbia, sends a ship with anywhere from 300 to 1000 people. On Friday, there will be two ships in—one over 1000 people and one gigundo cruise line ship with 2500 people. I think I’m just as glad that we don’t have to see the town ...
Denny and I sure hated to leave the Cascade Inn this morning. Our balcony overlooked Sitka Sound which led directly to the Pacific Ocean. We were able to sleep with our sliding door open all night and listen to the crashing waves on the rocks as the tide came in and out. Mount Edgecumbe filled our view as well. This dormant volcano last erupted about 2200 B.C. and is the dominant landmark in Sitka.
While we were here, our mornings were ...
... numerous small islands, rock stacks and narrow passages, including Krouzof Island, dominated by Mt Edgecomb, a reminder of still frequent earthquakes (latest scare being in January) given the proximity to a couple of fault lines.
Two hours of fantastic close-up observations of Bald Eagles (incl one sitting in a huge nest) and assorted other sea birds (eg marbled murralets, glaucous winged gulls –sea gulls!), harbour porpoises, sea otters (one raft ...
... ourselves away from here and back tracked to the highway and headed via Tok and the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge (which adds even more protected area to the vast Wrangell-St Elias NP) to the border into Canada and Whitehorse, which is a pleasant town on the banks of the Yukon River ... and the capital of the Yukon Territory.
Following the Klondike Highway we headed south across the mountains and passed through the Carcross Desert, supposedly the smallest ...
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