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In June and July 2001, Marcia and Mark Wilson spent nineteen days canoeing the Canning River on the western edge of the Arctic Refuge. Paddling north from a gravel riverbank that served as an airstrip in the Brooks Range, the Wilsons navigated a 17-foot folding canoe to explore seventy miles of arctic wilderness. With stunning photos and passionate commentary drawn from this trip and 5 other visits to the arctic, the Wilsons open a window to the arctic summer.
BIRDS OF THE ARCTIC NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE
published by Mountaineer Books, features Mark Wilson’s opening chapter and 20 photos, along with the work of other authors and photographers. Mark will be available at programs for autographing copies of the book, which will be available for sale.
This program is FREE and open to all.