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13 04, 2020

Tips for Wildlife Photography in Alaska

2020-10-19T20:59:20+00:00Alaskan Wildlife, AWL Blog, Guided Adventures, Lodging, Photography, Wildlife Photography|

Arguably, two of the main reasons people come to Alaska are scenic landscapes and abundant wildlife. As the air warms and the ground begins to thaw, numerous species will exit from their dens or return from their vacation homes to forage, mate, and raise their young, making the opportunity to capture these precious moments more abundant with each sunrise.

20 07, 2019

Best Bear Viewing Spots in Alaska

2020-07-09T16:56:54+00:00AWL Blog, Brooks Falls, Guided Adventures, Lodging, Photography|

People make the voyage out here at Afognak Wilderness Lodge, within the heart of Afognak Island State Park, for various reasons. For one, the fishing here is elite, comprised of sockeye and silver salmon, Dolly Varden trout, halibut, ling-cod, and yellow-eye and sea-bass, among others. Our numerous national parks offer stunning and undisturbed landscapes that create great photo opportunities for guests. Another popular activity is wildlife viewing, and there may be no other animal more symbolic of Alaska as the kodiak brown bear. Hop in one of our boats for nearby bear-viewing OR a seaplane and head to one of [...]

27 04, 2018

What’s the Best Camera for Photographing Wildlife?

2020-07-09T17:39:44+00:00AWL Blog, Photography|

At Afognak Wilderness Lodge, we're proud to help our guests experience the majesty that the Kodiak Islands have to offer – and one of the best ways to capture it is through wildlife photography. We regularly lead our guests in hiking and kayaking photo tours through the oceans, forests, mountains, and meadows of the Kodiak Island to photograph birds, mammals, fish, and of course the Kodiak brown bear – and if you're wondering what camera to bring along to your wilderness vacation, we can help!

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