"Stampede"  © Brian Paust
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(@Jennybear) Jenny Stevens said:April 5th, 2017 (12:51pm) PDT
Hi Brian. I expanded the map to see exactly where you are. You are certainly close to Canada. I am sure you have read about Canada getting loads of Americans... just walking across. We share the longest undefended border in the world. As for your flock of birds... something got them to take flight. Well done.
@Brian replied: Do you stay at the Khutzeymateen Wilderness Lodge or are there other camps within the Grizzly Bear Wilderness area?
@Brian replied: The Canadian border is really not that far away, but there are logistical problems. I could go up the nearby Stikine River and travel about twenty or so miles upstream to reach the border...pretty easy on a nice day. But where to go from are right in the middle of gorgeous wilderness. Ah...there is a better way. I could go over to Wrangell (very close to Petersburg) and take the regular charter boat ride to Telegraph Creek and go on into Canada from there. The ride will cost me about US$300 or so, maybe less. We have more than a few illegals in this town (great people...they do much of the hard work in this town). If Federal agents try to make a sweep here, an exodus up the Stikine is a possibility. You might want to venture into this part of your country...magical. I have only flown over it...lakes, rivers, flatlands...has bears written all over it.

Brian Paust

A bald eagle flew over a mass of feeding birds...a few nervous birds initiated a mass movement. North end of the Wrangell Narrows. Petersburg, Alaska.

Uploaded: Apr 5th, 2017 (11:23am)
Category: Wildlife/Animals
GPS: Lat: 56.82371, Lon: -132.94169
Camera: NIKON D500
Focal Length: 200 mm
Aperture: f/7.1
Shutter Speed: 1/4000 sec
ISO: 2000

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