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Admiralty Island Admiralty island, located in Southeast Alaska, is 90 miles long and 35 miles wide making it the seventh largest island in the United States. Most of the Island is occupied by Admiralty Island National Monument, a federally protected wilderness area and is home to the highest density of brown bears in North America. An estimated 1,600 brown bears inhabit the island, outnumbering Admiralty's human residents nearly three to one.

Alaska's Inside Passage Photography  

I had the opportunity to tour Southwest Alaska to photograph the magnificent landscape and wildlife. I cruised on Holland America Line's Oo...

Alaska's Inside Passage Photography  

I had the opportunity to tour Southwest Alaska to photograph the magnificent landscape and wildlife. I cruised on Holland America Line's Oo...

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