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Kroschel Films Wildlife Park

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Kroschel Films Wildlife Center Thank You Steve, Rocky and Mario…. Steve Kroschel has been an independent filmmaker for the past 34 years and a naturalist for most of his life. He owns and operates a wildlife park near Haines, Alaska for mainly orphaned wildlife indigenous to Canada and Alaska . Steve cares for moose, wolves, grizzly bears , wolverines and many other creatures. I booked a private tour with Steve and with his sidekicks, Rocky

The State of Maine

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FINDING INSPIRATION IN NATURE Bob Libby was born and raised in Maine. Moved to Australia and after a 
22 year career in teaching and a 17 year career in Australian Real Estate, his love for children and wildlife led to the creation of a book called “Australian Animals 
and Their Animal Friends”. Bob then started photography as a hobby. He always had a passion for photographing animals and to the dedication of the preservation and

The Love of Nature

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From breathtaking views to tranquil and calming moments, from colourful flowers to chirping birds – there are so many great reasons to get outside and enjoy all that nature has to offer. Hopefully some of my photos on this website will help inspire you to get outside and explore Nature. Below are some inspirational Nature Quotes. 1. Lord Byron “There is a pleasure in the pathless woods, There is a rapture on the lonely shore,

Driving The Alaska Highway

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Driving to Alaska is high on the list of many adventurers. The trip is legendary for its beauty and wildlife. Once a bumpy dirt road, the Alaska Highway is now a modern, well maintained highway. Construction occurs seasonally and may cause delays in small sections, but otherwise, it’s smooth driving. We did hit an extremely bumpy area just outside of Beaver Creek, Alaska. In summer, visitor amenities, including gasoline, food and motels, are abundant along