Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
Photography In The National Parks: Katmai Or Lake Clark National Parks, Which Is Best For Bear Photography?
So you can't decide between Katmai National Park or Lake Clark National Park for your bear viewing photography? Rebecca Latson weighs in on comparisons between the two.
Photography In The National Parks: Digitally Capturing The Bears In Lake Clark National Park And Preserve
Having focused on the bears during her 2014 photo tour of Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska, Rebecca Latson returns to give us some tips on how she captured those shots and how you can use these insights to get amazing bear images of your own.
Regulations will be developed for gathering of "wild, renewable resources" on national park lands in Alaska where it is allowed.
Timing often is happenstance, but with Earth Day arriving next week, word of high mercury levels in fish in national parks from Alaska to Colorado is particularly sobering. In some cases, the levels exceed limits OKed for human consumption.
For three decades Dick Proenneke lived in a rich slice of Alaskan wilderness that would become Lake Clark National Park and Preserve. He built his cabin by hand and survived off the land. This short video provides some insights into his life at Twin Lakes.
Thirty years after Lake Clark National Park and Preserve's initial General Management Plan was crafted, officials are working to update it with an eye on more clearly providing for visitors to the remote Alaskan park.
Katmai National Park and Preseve in Alaska tops the marquee when brown bears are mentioned, but there's another national park in Alaska that will surprise you with its bear-viewing opportunities.
Sportsmen Groups Boost Pressure On EPA, Land Management Agencies To Protect Alaska's Bristol Bay From Potential Mine
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