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Old 08-08-2016, 07:00 PM   #1
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We have just returned from a 2 week trip to Hyder Alaska, Nisga'a country, Terrace, Prince Rupert and Kittimat, British Columbia. The main purpose was to photograph Grizzlies and we got what we wanted. Our blog displays some of the highlights.
Focused on Fauna (and a little flora)
We really enjoyed this excursion. If we were to do it again we would probably do it in the fall when the animals have their new coats and the tourists have thinned out.
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What a wonderful photo! Thank you for sharing.
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Thank you for your post and sharing your excellent blog

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Beautiful pictures. That loop is now on my bucket list.
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Amazing photos on your blog! Wow!
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Thanks for all the nice comments fellow escapees.
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Old 08-09-2016, 11:33 AM   #7
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I think you are the people we ran into, not literally, in the campground at the Lava Bed Prov. Park. If so, glad to have met you and also glad you enjoyed your visit to the north.

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I think you are the people we ran into, not literally, in the campground at the Lava Bed Prov. Park. If so, glad to have met you and also glad you enjoyed your visit to the north.

Doug
Yes, I remember. Good to meet you and hope we meet again. We met 3 Escapes on the 2 week trip.
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Old 08-09-2016, 12:30 PM   #9
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Thanks for all the nice comments fellow escapees.
What type of gear do you use for your bird photography?

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Great pictures..

We did part of that trip in the fall of 2014...We stayed at Meziaden Junction Campsite and really were lucky unseeing a couple young grizzlies enjoying the salmon in the creek just 2 km down from the campsite... The lava fields were neat to see.

BTW---the road over Pavillion Mountain is a neat one (frankly I hate going up the side from Kelly Lake--Clinton side--I really hate twisty tuning narrow roads but coming down the other side I can see enough ground I am okay!!)) The campsite at Kelly Lake (Downing Prov Park) has been re-done this year and is the best it has ever been..
We have 40 acres just up Jesmond Road off Kelly Lake Road) nice area and the drive up Jesmond to Big Bar is interesting and you can go on that road all the way around to Clinton..
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