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Share your best photos with us on Facebook and Instagram and in our annual photo contest for a chance to be featured on our social media or here. While lying down on some rocks trying to take pictures of otters in Seward, Michael Osborne looked up and quickly captured this image of an eagle flying overhead. Stephen Donohue submitted this photo of a lynx to Alaska magazine’s 2018 photo contest.
SUPPORT AUTHENTIC ALASKA NATIVE ART TAKE HOME A TREASURE FROM ALASKA BUY FROM MEMBERS OF FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBES Under the Indian Arts and Crafts Act, it is unlawful to offer or display for sale or sell any art or craft product, in a manner that falsely suggests it is Indian produced, an Indian product, or the product of a particular Indian or Indian tribe or Indian arts and crafts organization. For free brochures on the Indian Arts and Crafts Act, Alaska Native Ivory, and the Source Directory of Indian owned businesses, contact: U.S. Department of the Interior Indian Arts and Crafts Board Toll Free: 1-888-ART-FAKE or 1-888-278-3253 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.doi.gov/iacb Earl Atchak, Cup’ik, Chevak, The Future Berry Picker, ©2003 University of Alaska Museum of the North, UA2003-13-1, Photographer Barry J. McWayne, Rasmuson Foundation Art Acquisition Fund Collection.
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