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Into the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge

Located in northeastern Alaska, ANWR is the largest wildlife refuge in North America with over 19 million acres. Photographer Chuck Graham explored the beauty of the refuge during a two-week, 160-mile excursion. Here, he shares his photos of the landscape, rivers, and wildlife.

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Dall sheep were the first large animals the group saw. I photographed this ram in a gorge overlooking the Upper Marsh Fork, says Graham. Dall sheep are the largest of the sheep species, but still extremely nimble in the most precarious positions.



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READERS COMMENTS

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Steve
Apr 11, 2014

Sadly, there is nothing special about these photos. Overuse of fisheye lens. Harsh mid-day light. Mediocre compositions. Aside from the fisheye angle these could easily have been taken by any common point and shoot camera.

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