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Duration:
8 minutes, 20 seconds

Sockeye salmon are a critical part of the Lake Clark story.  Through ongoing monitoring and a variety of research projects, park scientists have been able to track the population and gain key insights into the lives of Lake Clark's sockeye salmon.

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Duration:
7 minutes, 58 seconds

Lake Clark’s inland habitat is home to a population of bears that we know little about.  Through a multi year study scientist are learning how brown bears survive in the park’s resource constrained interior.

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7 minutes, 58 seconds

Lake Clark’s rich coastal habitats provide great opportunities to see and study brown bears.  The park’s much larger inland habitat is home to a population of bears that we know little about.  Through a multi year study scientist are learning how brown bears survive in the park’s more resource constrained interior.

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Duration:
14 minutes, 50 seconds

Dick Proenneke visited his cabin at Upper Twin Lake for the last time in the year 2000 at the age of 84. Follow along during that visit, and learn and why he came to believe that there is no place like Twin Lakes in this 15 minute video.

Last updated: January 18, 2018

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