Nestled in the heart of southeast Alaska, Glacier Bay is a wild paradise of ocean and ice. Brown bears, bald eagles, humpback whales and nearly every other species here are ultimately tied to the incredible migration and life cycle of the salmon. These fish are the thread that weaves together the remarkable fabric of life in Glacier Bay.
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