Red salmon, brown bear: the story of an Alaskan lake, based on the experiences of Dr. Theodore J. Walker

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World Pub., 1971 - Nature - 226 pages
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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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Contents

CoLD SQUIRMS IN THE RAFT
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WALKING AROUND IN A TENT
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GETTING D0wN T0 BEAR TRACKS
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