Panorama of a muskeg near the Mendenhall Glacier in early October. (Photo by Linda Shaw)

Panorama of a muskeg near the Mendenhall Glacier in early October. (Photo by Linda Shaw)

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Lacy yellow cedar branches in a muskeg near the Mendenhall Glacier in early October. (Photo by Linda Shaw)

Lacy yellow cedar branches in a muskeg near the Mendenhall Glacier in early October. (Photo by Linda Shaw)

Fall colors in a muskeg near the Mendenhall Glacier in early October. (Photo by Linda Shaw)

Fall colors in a muskeg near the Mendenhall Glacier in early October. (Photo by Linda Shaw)

A bald eagle enjoys a coho salmon along the Mendenhall River as a magpie feeds on scraps. (Photo by Jerry Reinwand)

A bald eagle enjoys a coho salmon along the Mendenhall River as a magpie feeds on scraps. (Photo by Jerry Reinwand)

An adult river otter with a halibut the adult had recent caught and one of her pups following the adult up the beach. This photo was taken on a beach in the Channel Islands State Marine Park about a month ago. (Photo by Jerry Reinwand)

An adult river otter with a halibut the adult had recent caught and one of her pups following the adult up the beach. This photo was taken on a beach in the Channel Islands State Marine Park about a month ago. (Photo by Jerry Reinwand)

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