Glacier City Gazette – August 9, 2017

Glacier City Gazette – August 9, 2017
Glacier City Gazette – August 9, 2017

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A Summer’s Day (& Night) Jaunt Along Penguin Ridge

By Mike Edgington Special to the Glacier City Gazette King, Rockhopper, Adelie, Emperor, Crested, Chinstrap and Gentoo: fans of wildlife documentaries and trivia nerds recognize this as a list of 7 species of penguins. To those who have completed the Penguin Ridge Traverse above Turnagain Arm and Girdwood Valley, those same names also evoke memories … Continue reading “A Summer’s Day (& Night) Jaunt Along Penguin Ridge”

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Pro Photographers Instruct at Girdwood Fine Arts Camp

By P.M. Fadden Associate Editor Annually held Girdwood Fine Arts Camp welcomed Ash Adams alongside husband and former valley resident Brian Adams as 2017 guest photography instructors. Adams, parents of two and both professional shutter artists, joined thirty-one years of volunteer driven Arts Camp tradition. Ash’s specialized style of environmental portraiture and documentary photojournalism has … Continue reading “Pro Photographers Instruct at Girdwood Fine Arts Camp”

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Fresh Fare at Wildlife Center

By Marc Donadieu Glacier City Gazette Watching bears and smelling porcupines can really build a hunger when you are at Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC). It’s easy to get lost observing animal behavior, especially while taking photos. Before you know it, you’re hungry, but at AWCC food and hydration are now only footsteps away. This … Continue reading “Fresh Fare at Wildlife Center”

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