Alaska in the Extreme

Late December, 1p.m., near Selawik National Wildlife Refuge. (Photo: Susan Georgette/USFWS)
The author and her family. (Top photo: Susan Georgette/USFWS; bottom & map: USFWS)
The ptarmigan [pronounced tär′mĭ-gən] is built for winter. (Photo: Brittany Sweeney/USFWS)
Caribou on Arctic tundra. (Photo: Anne Orlando/USFWS)
Yukon River (left) and Selawik River breakups. (Photos: Keith Ramos/USFWS & Sonny Berry/USFWS)
(Photo: Susan Georgette/USFWS)

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Stories from Alaska by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

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Stories from Alaska by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

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