Wood-Tikchik Photographs by Robert Glenn Ketchum

Photograph of Mixed Vegetation at Wood-Tikchik
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One of the many unnamed lakes in the tundra of Wood-Tikchik's Red Hills section. Ketchum says that there are thousands of such lakes. In the fall, the tundra growth is a brilliant red color, which is the reason why the region is called the Red Hills. There is a high concentration of moose during the mating season, and Ketchum says that they can get aggressive to any competition in the area, including people.

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Photograph copyright Robert Glenn Ketchum
 
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