Published on July 3, 2009
Alaskan Highway Wildlife
One of the big attractions to travelling along the Alaskan Highway is the wildlife seen along the way.
The highway is very open with about 100’ of cleared land on both sides of the roads ....this is where the animals are easily seen.
A cute little Teddy Bear
We Stayed in the RV to take Pics
Now He’s Looking at Us
A Shy Dear Deer
He/She Just Kept Walking Away
Very Camera Shy
A Grey-Headed, Black Tail Duck
Hello Mister Moose
And How Has Your Day Been?
I’m Glad that Rock is Between Us and Him
A Dall Sheep ...I think?
He Ran Away from UsVery Camera Shy!
Couldn’t Believe How Fast This Guy Ran Up the Hillside
Another Black Bear
We Never did see a Grizzly
Lying Down on the Job
Buffalo or Bison?(correctly referred to as Bison)
This Buffalo Herd was Quite Large
Mommy and Baby
Real Cute!(this was one of the most popular pictures I took)
The Bison were Loosing Their Winter Coats
Not Having seen Wild Buffalo Before, I could have Taken Pictures All Day
We Had Buffalo Burgers For Dinner(not from this wild herd, but from a Bison Ranch in Alberta)
The Sign SaidWatch for Horses on the Road
Wild or just Loose on the Road?
It Must have been Lunch Time
A Scruffy Looking Raven
Could that be a Beaver Lodge?
Mountains, Trees, and Cranes
We Need Some Help in Identifying This Guy?
Not Actually Seen on the Alaskan Highway(but very busy enjoying dinner in the Valdez Harbour)
A King-size Alaskan Mosquito
Thanks for Looking at the Pics I have made a separate collection for the sites we saw along the highway and another collection for the beautiful scenery along the highway
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