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‘Salmon in the Trees’ exhibit opens in Wrangell

Writer and Photographer Amy Gulick recently turned her book “Salmon in the Trees” into an exhibit at Wrangell’s Civic Center. The new permanent display features photographs of Southeast Alaska’s wildlife, nature, and its people, and how they’re all connected.

To check out Amy Gulick’s work  visit www.salmoninthetrees.org

Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rain Forest

 

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