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Wood-Tikchik: Alaska's Largest State Park

Art / PhotobookOut of Print

By: Bill Sherwonit and Robert Glenn Ketchum

96 pages, 60 Images

Aperture

Hardback | Dec 2003 | #136888 | ISBN: 1931788111
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Photographic story of one of the most significant watersheds in the world, home to moose, grizzly bear, eagles, salmon, and rainbow trout. Presents stunning images depicting the incredible colour and scale that define this relatively unknown area of tundra and boreal forests, illustrating the need to preserve this special ecosystem. Accompanied by an essay by Bill Sherwonit providing an account of the historical use of the park and presenting the case for protecting the watershed from fragmentation and overdevelopment.


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