Photo of the Week: America's Beauty

01-07-2014 // NWF Staff

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Anchor Point Beach on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula is home to spectacular scenery and remarkable biodiversity. Sitting at Cook Inlet on a clear day, a visitor can see the distinct cones of four volcanoes as well as, abundant flora and fauna. Bald eagles are perhaps the most famous of Kenai’s birds, found everywhere on the peninsula but most concentrated along the coast. Photographer Kelly Davenport, of Kentucky, took this photograph using a Nikon D80 ISO 100 and a 31mm lens.

See last week's photo: Winter Nesting
 

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