The Anan Wildlife Observatory is world renowned for its extraordinary bear viewing opportunities. Home to one of Alaska’s largest pink salmon runs, it attracts a significant number of bears both brown and black, as well as hundreds of eagles, seals and other wildlife that rely on the salmon as a major food source. A day trip to Anan is one of the best ways to see bears and other wildlife in their natural setting. I am also a State of Alaska certified guide and Naturalist and I guide clients form all over the world to Anan. The original watercolor is painted on the chart that shows the whole Island of Wrangell. The Brown bear's name in this painting is Tongass
The Elded Rock Light Station is featured beneath the towering coastal mountains of Lynn canal. Vivid rich colors depicting this beautiful setting of a clear day with the bracing North...
Activity abounds in the Tongass Narrows on the Ketchikan Waterfront. Whether heading out to the next fishing opening or working on a much-needed engine from your waterfront shop, there isn’t...
A colorful corridor of Alaskan fireweed greets you, as the cool glacial breezes give way at your back to the warmth and beauty of the Mendenhall River Valley.