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Seagull's Paradise

Yellow water lilies bloom on the surface of this picturesque marsh at the head of Turnagain Arm. Carpathian Peak rises 6,000 feet in the left
background, with the Skookum Glacier filling the valley at its base. The dead trees in the marsh were killed by an influx of saltwater, due to
ground subsidence as a result of the 1964 earthquake. This area is now a favorite of numerous waterfowl, seabirds, and moose. How
many seagulls can you find perched in the trees?

Photo Number: 00-050-22-24



 
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