A crow watches over the Eldred Rock Lighthouse in Lynn Canal during a recent weekend. (Courtesy Photo / John Hudson)

A crow watches over the Eldred Rock Lighthouse in Lynn Canal during a recent weekend. (Courtesy Photo / John Hudson)

Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska

Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska

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This photo shows false hellebore along the Perseverance Trail on May 8. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

This photo shows false hellebore along the Perseverance Trail on May 8. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

Water rushes near Perseverance Trail. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

Water rushes near Perseverance Trail. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

Left to right: Hawthorne Peak, Middle Peak and West Peak. (Courtesy Photo / Denise Carroll)

Left to right: Hawthorne Peak, Middle Peak and West Peak. (Courtesy Photo / Denise Carroll)

Black bear mother and cub seek refuge up a tree, Out the Road. (Courtesy Photo / Kenneth Gill, gillfoto)
Black bear mother and cub seek refuge up a tree, Out the Road. (Courtesy Photo / Kenneth Gill, gillfoto)

Black bear mother and cub seek refuge up a tree, Out the Road. (Courtesy Photo / Kenneth Gill, gillfoto) Black bear mother and cub seek refuge up a tree, Out the Road. (Courtesy Photo / Kenneth Gill, gillfoto)

This photo shows Paris Creek Waterfall on May 11. (Courtesy Photo / Denise Carroll)

This photo shows Paris Creek Waterfall on May 11. (Courtesy Photo / Denise Carroll)

Over 20 greater white-fronted geese and one adult snow goose, on Mendenhall Lake with icebergs. (Courtesy Photo /Kenneth Gill, gillfoto)

Over 20 greater white-fronted geese and one adult snow goose, on Mendenhall Lake with icebergs. (Courtesy Photo /Kenneth Gill, gillfoto)

Snowy Mount Jumbo is seen from Treadwell Ditch Trail on May 11. (Courtesy Photo / Denise Carroll)

Snowy Mount Jumbo is seen from Treadwell Ditch Trail on May 11. (Courtesy Photo / Denise Carroll)

Kingfisher Pond reflects a cloud-dappled sky. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

Kingfisher Pond reflects a cloud-dappled sky. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

A Red-winged blackbird takes flight near Kingfisher Pond. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

A Red-winged blackbird takes flight near Kingfisher Pond. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

This photo was taken along Egan Highway on Thursday, May 5. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

This photo was taken along Egan Highway on Thursday, May 5. (Courtesy Photo / Deana Barajas)

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