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Birding in Alaska (Region 2)

By: Dave Gosney
Runtime: 53 min
Manufacturer: Gostours
Birding in Alaska (Region 2)
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Alaska has some of the wildest and most beautiful places on earth, a dream location for any birdwatcher hoping to see Arctic birds such as Snowy Owl and Gyr Falcon or charismatic seabirds such as Tufted Puffin and Crested Auklet. It's an expensive place to visit, so if you can't immediately get there yourself, this DVD is the next best thing. It tells the story of an expedition to some of Alaska's most exciting sites: to Mount Denali in search of falcons, waders, wildfowl and some elusive warblers; to Point Barrow where Snowy Owls and Long-Tailed Skuas (Jaegers) hunt over tundra on which sandpipers and phalaropes are busy feeding; and to St Paul's Island, where the cliffs hold thousands of spectacular seabirds.

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By: Dave Gosney
Runtime: 53 min
Manufacturer: Gostours
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