Pavlof Harbor & Lake Eva

Sep 03, 2017 - National Geographic Sea Bird


After a surprise visit by the wondrous Northern Lights, we began our final day viewing bears in the intertidal zone of Pavlof Harbor. While cruising south through Chatham Strait, we happened upon a large pod of humpback whales bubble-net feeding. Then, we finished off an already amazing day by hiking through a perfect example of temperate rainforest to Lake Eva.  We couldn’t have asked for a better day to conclude our Wild Alaska Escape!

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Jared Funderburk

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Jared grew up in the Carolinas with a passion for exploring the natural world. He has always felt most at home in the great outdoors, and there is nothing he enjoys more than sharing these experiences with others. His enthusiasm is contagious and being able to help others have similar experiences through his work, is nothing short of a dream come true.

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