Red salmon, brown bear: the story of an Alaskan lake, based on the experiences of Dr. Theodore J. Walker
Seven months spent on the shores of a remote Alaskan lake on an island west in the panhandle, recording, in diaries and on film, the flora and fauna and reactions adjusting to a wilderness situation. Beautifully illustrated by photographs.
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CoLD SQUIRMS IN THE RAFT
WALKING AROUND IN A TENT
GETTING D0wN T0 BEAR TRACKS
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activity Alaskan brown bear animal apparently bank basin bear tracks beautiful beginning bird blue heron boat cabin camera cleaning coho coho salmon cold color coming common mergansers deer delta devil's club dive Dolly Varden Dolly Varden trout eagle eggs estuary Eva Creek feeding feeling feet female film fish ﬂew ﬂood ﬂoor ﬂow ﬂowering ﬂying Forest Service fresh water going gone gravel gravity waves green-winged teal heard island Iuly Iuneau jumping Lake Eva landing light logjam looked male pink marten mergansers morning moss move nest ocean otter photograph pink salmon plants raft rain raven reﬂect salmonberry shallow side Sitka skunk cabbage sockeye sockeye salmon sound spawning sperm stream sure swim tail thing thought tide trees tremendous tributaries trip trout trying turned underwater upstream varied thrush walked Walker watching waterfall wind wood yesterday