Bad Eagle landing in snow fall

Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve

In late fall every years thousands of bald eagles gather along the Chilkat River in Southeast Alaska for their last feast of the season. A late fall spawning run of 10-pound chum salmon attracts this largest known congregation of bald eagles. Most salmons die shortly after spawning and it’s their carcasses which provide large quantities of food for the eagles.

Grizzly Lake & Mount Monolith (Tombstone Territorial Park, Yukon)

Tombstone: Canada’s Patagonia

Tombstone Territorial Park’s 2,200 km2 protect a unique wilderness of rugged peaks, permafrost landforms, tundra and clear mountain rivers at the heart of the Ogilvie Mountains.

Facing the Mackenzie Delta Reindeer Herd

Mackenzie Delta Reindeer Herd

Every year around April, about 3,000 reindeer led by herders are making their way to their calving grounds on Richards Island, near Tuktoyaktuk in the Canadian Arctic

Caribou herd swimming across the Porcupine River (Yukon)

Paddling for Porcupine Caribou

380 km of canoeing in total autonomy above the Arctic Circle in the Northern Yukon to observe the fall migration of the Porcupine Caribou, one of the largest migratory barren ground caribou herds in North America.

Harbor Seal Portrait

Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness

In 1980, the United States Congress designated a vast area of glaciers along the Alaskan Coast accessed only by boats or float planes as the Tracy Arm-Fords Terror Wilderness.