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Rocky Mountain Wildlife 2023 Calendar

This 12-month calendar includes photos of a wide variety of wildlife from the Rocky Mountains. Photos include mountain goat, bobcat, black bear, river otter, moose, grizzly bear and much more. Order a copy today to enjoy a year's worth of impressive wildlife photography. 

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Travel tips for success! Order today!

Order a copy of this new ebook from award-winning photographer and writer, Dawn Wilson. This helpful resource about preparing for your next photo outing is loaded with full color photos, 42 pages of insightful information, and several first-hand encounters from the field. Tips include special gear to consider while traveling, online resources, organizing your goals, and much more. 

Page count: 42 pages

Pub date: May 2017

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NEW! BEARS of the Alaska Peninsula — On Hold!

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Pre-order your copy of this new title from Dawn Wilson, professional and award-winning wildlife photographer. Filled with more than 190 full-color images of brown bears from Dawn's dozen trips to photograph the bruins, this title will make a great gift for the bear lover in your family — whether that is you or another member, or both! The photographs were captured in Katmai National Park and Preserve, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, and at McNeil River State Game Sanctuary and Refuge.

Brown_bear_McNeil_2015_23Brown_bear_McNeil_2015_23A brown bear cub (Ursus arctos) climbs up on his mother's back to get a better view while eating grasses in the sedge meadow at McNeil River State Game Sanctuary, Alaska The ultimate goal for this book is to raise awareness about the stunning beauty and pristine wilderness that makes up this vast, remote area of Alaska. Industrial development, including Pebble Mine, threatens this untouched region. This massive mine will be the largest in North America if it is built. And if it is built it will permanently destroy prime and pristine habitat for the bears that live on the Alaska Peninsula. The mine will also degrade salmon habitat, which could cause damage to the fishing industry for Native Alaskans and reduce this important food source for brown bears. To help with this cause, $2 from the sale of each book will go to the Friends of McNeil River to help their fight to stop the development of this mine. 

  • Hardcover
  • Full color
  • 160 pages
  • More than 190 images
  • Publish date: TBD
  • Price: $39.95 plus shipping and handling
  • Signed copy: $49.95 plus shipping and handling

NOTE: If you are shipping to Alaska or outside of the U.S. or if you would like a quantity of 50 or more, please send me an email to calculate shipping for the order.

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