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Bird Watching Photos - ALASKA\'S KENAI PENINSULA

     
Photo We are very likely to see Caribou on this tour.
Photo by Devich Farbotnik
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A bull Steller's Sealion with his harem.
Photo by John Puschock
This is one of the fanciest Spotted Sandpipers that I have ever seen!
Photo by Dennis Small
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Photo Whimbrel is sometimes mistaken for the larger and much rarer Bristle-thighed Curlew. This is a Whimbrel.
Photo by John Puschock
Pelagic Cormorant is the smallest of the West Coast cormorants.
Photo by John Puschock
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Photo Sandhill Cranes are large and quite vocal.
Photo by Kristine Sowl
Willow Ptarmigan are brown in summer, pure white in winter. This one is in the process of changing its plumage.
Photo by Les Eastman
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Photo The favorite perch of a Northern Hawk Owl is the very top of a spruce tree.
Photo by Rick Greenspun
Boreal Chickadees can be found in the northern forests and at feeding stations.
Photo by Rick Greenspun
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Photo Western Grebes are known for their spectacular courtship rituals.
Photo by Rick Greenspun
Pine Grosbeak is another boreal specialty species.
Photo by Rick Wolf
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Photo American Tree Sparrows seem to have a bright and perky appearance.
Photo by Tom Amico
The Common Loon breeds on many of the freshwater ponds and lakes.
Photo by Tom Amico
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Photo Harlequin Ducks breed along freshwater rivers, then gather in rocky areas on the coast.
Photo by Tom Amico
Red-necked Grebe is another freshwater nesting species.
Photo by Tom Amico
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Photo Townsend's Warbler breeds strictly in the western US and Canada.
Photo by Tom Amico
Sea Otters are often seen from shore, either singly or in large groups.
Photo by Tom Amico
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Photo We are likely to see Humpback Whales on our boat trip to Kenai Fjords National Park and the Chiswell Islands.
Photo by Bob Schutsky
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