Lake Clark National Park in Alaska is one of my favorite places in the world. Situated on the Alaskan Peninsula with no road-access, the only way to reach this wilderness mecca is via bush-plane or boat. Here are some images of the Coastal Brown Bears that call this place home that I’ve taken over the last few years. You can photograph these beautiful bruins with us on our long awaited first “Lodge-Based” photography trip to Lake Clark National Park. Interested in learning more? Read our recent announcement about the Lake Clark Brown Bear trip or see the trip page Brown Bears of Alaska – Lake Clark National Park. It’s going to be a blast! As of the time of this post there are five spots left for 2019!
Russ Nordstrand is an award winning Landscape & Wildlife Photographer based in Flagstaff, Arizona. His Fine Art Prints are hanging in private collections throughout the world and he runs Photography Tours & Workshops in the most beautiful and inspirtational locations in the Western United States and beyond.
Russ has been hiking, backpacking, photographing and guiding people in the wilderness areas, deserts, canyons and mountains of the world since 1997. He has logged thousands of miles on the trail and for many years in the past decade over half of his nights were spent in a tent in some far flung outdoor destination.