Friday, November 8th, 2013
Best Muskoxen Viewing In Alaska

Best Muskxoen Viewing In Alaska with Alaska Travel - Photo (c) Laurent Dick - Wild Alaska Travel

One of the many highlights of our 2014 Iditarod Finish & Northern Lights Tour: Seeing and photographing muskoxen in the wild. Nome is one of the best places in Alaska to view them.

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Tuesday, March 12th, 2013
Muskoxen Near Nome

Went out by snowmachine to the Snake River valley yesterday to observe and photograph muskoxen with  my Wild Alaska Travel guests. It’s amazing to be able to see these prehistoric-looking mammals up close and personal on the tundra near Nome.

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Thursday, January 17th, 2013
Photograph Muskoxen on Alaska's Seward Peninsula

If you are keen on seeing this prehistoric relic that has outlasted the woolly mammoth and other prehistoric mammals, join Wild Alaska Travel in 2014 for the Iditarod Finish & Northern Lights Tour (the 2013 tour is full and I have already several guests waitlisted for 2014).

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Thursday, April 5th, 2012
Alaska Midnight Sun Tour To Nome And The Seward Peninsula

Wild Alaska Travel is organizing a unique tour  to Nome and the Seward Peninsula this summer, from Monday, June 18 through Sunday, June 25, 2012. Join me and explore one of Alaska’s most captivating landscapes, see the midnight sun, photograph muskoxen in the wild, visit an Eskimo village, take a dip in the Pilgrim Hot Springs, see the ‘Last Train to Nowhere’, experience the Midnight Sun Festival, participate in the Polar Bear Midnight Swim in the Bering Sea, pan for gold on Nome’s golden beaches, explore abandoned gold dredges and much more.  To learn more about the tour and for a detailed itinerary, please visit https://wildalaskatravel.com/alaska-midnight-sun-tour

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Sunday, June 26th, 2005
Migthy Muskoxen

I found myself surrounded by a herd of about 30 muskoxen off the Nome Teller Road last night. Seeing them takes me right back to the last ice age, when muskoxen thrived alongside other gigantic herbivores like the woolly mammoth or the mastodon.

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Sunday, June 5th, 2005
Face-Off

A couple of muskoxen duke it out at the Large Animal Research Station in Fairbanks. After much posturing and a few head-to-head encounters, the muskox on the left pulled back and vacated the area.

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