Photography Credits

Wildlife photography is fun and challenging. Check out the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Alaska Region) Alaska Digital Wildlife Photography Handbook at http://alaska.fws.gov/external/education/pdf/ak_digital_photography_handbook.pdf to help you capture picture perfect memories, while respecting your wildlife subjects.

 

© John & Helen O’Harra

All photos not otherwise credited

© ADF&G

 

pages 12 – sheep, 17 – wolf, 24 – coyote and hare, 69 – scraping, 98 – coyote and wolf, 101 – moose, 102 – whale, 104 – porpoise; Boyd Porter: page 69 – goat; Jack Whitman: pages 20 – owl, 44 – frog, 65 – porcupine; Jamie Karnik: pages 21 – dipper, 42 – Savannah sparrow, 53 – jay, 66 – rhinoceros auklet, 89 – marmot, 107 – gulls; Jeff Mondragon: page 100 – sheep; John Hyde: pages 15 – swan, 106 – sea otter; Larry Aumiller: pages 92 – bear and bear viewer, 93 – bears, 97 – brown bear; Riley Woodford: page 93 – tracks

US Fish and Wildlife Service

Alyson McNight: page 73 – Kittlitz’s murrelet; Art Sowls: page 61 – cormorant; Berg: page 62 – crab; C. Schlawe: pages 60 - storm-petrel, 75 – kingfisher; Chuck Young: page 47 – salmon; Dave Ericksen: page 100 – goat; Dave Kenagy: pages 84 – beaver lodge, 85 - stump, 107 – great horned owl, 108 – great gray owl, 112 – salmon; Dave Menke: pages 12 – sparrow, 13 – thrush, 26 – blackbird, 27 – loon, 41 – geese, 42 – whitecrowned sparrow, 55 – goose, 68 – thrush, 111 – dowitchers; Donna Dewhurst: pages 11 – blackbird and canvasback, 13 – warbler, 14 – yellowlegs, 15 – swallow, 17 – warbler, 18 – moose, 19 – gull, 20 – chickadee and woodpecker, 21 – merganser, 22 – warbler and woodpecker, 23 – tern, 26 – creeper, 32 – bufflehead and goldeneye, 33 – warbler, 34 – wigeon, 43 – junco, 46 – gull, 48 – warbler and cormorant, 53 – warbler, 55 – shoveler, 56 – grebe, 58 – scaup, 63 - king eider, 71 - both kinglets, 72 – bunting, 108 – northern hawk owl, 110 – chickadee, 112 – crane; Doug Alcorn: page 30 – grayling; Gary Kramer: pages 69 – sandpiper, 75 – heron; Gary Stolz: pages 33 – owl, 72 – owl; Glen Smart: page 23 – harlequin; Gus Van Vleit: page 73 – marbled murrelet; James Leopold: page 52 – swallow; John and Karen Hollingsworth: page 36 – merganser; Lee Karney: page 29 – siskin; M. Fenner: page 21 – goldeneye; Michael Halminski: page 38 – whimbrel; Mike Boylan: pages 61 – puffin, 64 – guillemot; Richey: page 89 – mountain; Ron Singer: page 99 – otter; Tim Bowman: pages 28 – long-billed dowitcher and rock sandpiper, 30 – ptarmigan, 38 – jaeger, 39 – sandpiper, 40 – dunlin and teal, 51 – plover, 57 – snipe, 59 – turnstone, 60 – turnstone, 66 – horned lark, 67 – sandpiper, 70 – ptarmigan and pipit; Todd Eskelin: page 25 – nutchatch; Vernon Byrd: page 78 – black-legged kittiwake
 

USFWS staff

pages 16 – crane, 18 – loon, 19 – muskrat, 27 – goshawk, 32 – salmon, 37 – dowitchers, 41 – pintail, 42 – caribou, 43 – dragonflies, 47 – eagle and Dolly Varden, 49 – scoter, 51 – yellowlegs, 54 – sandpiper, 56 – swan, 57 – moose, 67 – salmon fry, 70 – marmot, 74 – murre, 77 – phalarope, 101 – caribou, 106 – eagle, 113 – fishing
 

US Geological Survey

C. Ely: page 58 – sandpiper; Jeff Wasley: pages 11 – long-tailed duck, 63 – common eider; Marc Romano: page 75 – glaucous-winged gull
 

© Alaska Department of Public Safety

page 94 – moose

 

© Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

page 7 – moose

 

© Arnie Hanger

pages 5 – seal, 7 – moose, 14 – hummingbird, 18 – beaver, 52 – whale, 64 murrelets, 74 – sea lions, 77 – chickadee, 97 – black bear, 99 – squirrel, 105 – seal and sea lion, 108 – raven, 109 – magpie, 110 – thrush, 111 – merganser
 

© Donna Dewhurst

pages 1 – viewer and grebes, 3 – sandpiper, 82 – moose, 114 – sparrow, 117 – sheep
 

© Doug Larsen

page 31 – otter
 

© Jeffrey S. McKinnon

page 56 – stickleback
 

© John Schoen

page 34 – grosbeak
 

© Kachemak Bay Research Reserve

pages 36 – caddisfly, 86 – intertidal, 87 – intertidal, 113 – invertebrate
 

© Karla Hart

pages 4 – viewer, 6 viewer, 95 – kayaker
 

© Kristan Hutchison

pages 59 – jellyfish, 87 – fish
 

© Leah Rigell

page 25 – Hidden Lake
 

© Stephanie Heffner

page 78 – killer whales
 

Minerals Management Service

page 103 – beluga
 

National Marine Mammal Laboratory

Dave Withrow: page 79 – gray whale
 

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