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Kodiak, Alaska...also known as Alaska's Emerald Isle or "The Rock." Second largest island in the United States and the largest one in Alaska, home to some of the world's largest brown bears, and the location of one of the nation's biggest Coast Guard bases.

Kodiak, Alaska...also known as Alaska's Emerald Isle or "The Rock." Second largest island in the United States and the largest one in Alaska, home to some of the world's largest brown bears, and the location of one of the nation's biggest Coast Guard bases.

A winter in the Kodiak docks.  Photo by: Marion Owen #kodiak #alaska

A winter in the Kodiak docks. Photo by: Marion Owen #kodiak #alaska

Kodiak Island, Alaska. Great trip to include lots of mini plane rides.

Exploring Kodiak Island

Kodiak town was once the capital of Russian Alaska, but today it is know for one reason only: it is home to the largest grizzly bears in the world.

Visit Kodiak Island on a trip to Alaska

Kodiak town was once the capital of Russian Alaska, but today it is know for one reason only: it is home to the largest grizzly bears in the world.

Creek Street - Ketchikan - Alaska Photograph by Bruce Friedman - Creek Street - Ketchikan - Alaska Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Creek Street - Ketchikan - Alaska Photograph by Bruce Friedman - Creek Street - Ketchikan - Alaska Fine Art Prints and Posters for Sale

Old Harbor, Kodiak Photograph by George F. Mobley  Snug outpost, Old Harbor—population 298—nestles beneath sheltering peaks. On Kodiak [Island] nearly everyone fishes, including the island's huge brown bears, which roam a renowned wildlife refuge.  —From "Kodiak: Alaska's Island Refuge," November 1993, National Geographic magazine

Old Harbor, Kodiak Photograph by George F. Mobley Snug outpost, Old Harbor—population 298—nestles beneath sheltering peaks. On Kodiak [Island] nearly everyone fishes, including the island's huge brown bears, which roam a renowned wildlife refuge. —From "Kodiak: Alaska's Island Refuge," November 1993, National Geographic magazine

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