Polar Bears of the Alaskan Arctic

 

It is with great excitement that we are announcing the latest in our line-up of Photography Tours & Workshops: Polar Bears of the Alaskan Arctic! 

Join us in the fall next year to photograph the King of the Arctic up-close and personal. This trip takes us to the Northern most reaches of the Alaska National Wildlife Refuge to photograph Polar Bears in their native habitat. 

Our goal on this trip is to return with incredible images of Polar Bears as they swim, play, fight, wrestle and search for food along the rugged coast of the Arctic Ocean. It is common to see 30-40 bears including Mother’s with Cubs!

We will be based out of an authentic Eskimo Village only accessible via small plane. Each day we will head out on in our privately chartered skiff to photograph the bears at eye-level. We’ve tailored this itinerary so that you can spend as much time as possible with the bears. 

This trip has extremely limited availability as we only travel with six photographers. Interested in joining us? You can read more about the trip by clicking here.

I hope to see you up in Alaska in 2018!

 

-Russ


Russ Nordstrand is a professional landscape and wildlife photographer specializing in photography as fine artwork. His Fine Art Prints are hanging in homes, offices and private collections across the U.S and Canada and in many other countries throughout the world. Russ leads on average about 20 Photography Tours & Workshops each year to incredible destinations such as Yellowstone, Alaska, Glacier, Yosemite, Utah, Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, the Great Smoky Mountains and more. He also frequently writes articles on this blog on various photographic techniques, the art of composition, environmental concerns, photography and travel news as well as documenting recent adventures. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, Russ has lived in the greater Rocky Mountain West since 1999 and currently resides in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona.
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