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What

Glaucous-winged Gull Larus glaucescens

Observer

marvelliott

Date

July 20, 2012

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What

Savannah Sparrow Passerculus sandwichensis

Observer

marvelliott

Date

July 20, 2012

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What

Black Turnstone Arenaria melanocephala

Observer

marvelliott

Date

July 20, 2012

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What

Northwestern Crow Corvus caurinus

Observer

marvelliott

Date

July 20, 2012

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What

Bald Eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Observer

marvelliott

Date

July 20, 2012

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Observer

susanelliott

Date

July 20, 2012

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What

Black-billed Magpie Pica hudsonia

Observer

arnulfomoreno

Date

July 21, 2010

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Observer

arnulfomoreno

Date

July 21, 2010

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What

Fireweed Chamerion angustifolium

Observer

anita363

Date

August 9, 2002 12:00 AM EDT

Description

Looking from the Kenai Peninsula across lower Cook Inlet to Mt. Iliamna, an active volcano on the Alaska Peninsula. It's ~45 mi (70 km) away. This is from Anchor Point, which is the westernmost point on the contiguous North American road system. How cool is that?

Photos / Sounds

What

Fireweed Chamerion angustifolium

Observer

anita363

Date

August 10, 2002 12:00 AM EDT

Description

Fireweed is Alaska's calendar. The flowers start opening at the bottom of the spike in spring & work their way up. When they reach the top, summer's over. Here you can see past, present, and future: seedpods at the bottom, flowers in the middle, and buds at the top.

Formerly known as Epilobium angustifolium, now reclassified as Chamerion.

Photos / Sounds

What

Bald Eagle Haliaeetus leucocephalus

Observer

arnulfomoreno

Date

July 18, 2010

Photos / Sounds

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What

Sitka spruce Picea sitchensis

Observer

anita363

Date

August 9, 2002 12:00 AM EDT

Description

Looking from the Kenai Peninsula across lower Cook Inlet to Mt. Iliamna, an active volcano on the Alaska Peninsula. It's ~45 mi (70 km) away. This is from Anchor Point, which is the westernmost point on the contiguous North American road system. How cool is that?