Chichagof Island

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Chichagof Island

an island of Alaska, in the Alexander Archipelago. Area: 5439 sq. km (2100 sq. miles)
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When we were filming for Chichagof, Tsyoshi showed Alan Petersen, Rune, Alain, Juergen and me some forgotten Japanese 'crete up in Hokkaido.
Roads are also few and localized, with the most extensive road systems occurring in areas of intensive timber harvest, including Prince of Wales and surrounding islands in the south and Chichagof Island in the north.
Immediately south of the entrance to Glacier Bay, across Icy Strait from the little town of Gustavus, is the northernmost part of Chichagof Island--Point Adolphus--one of the most famous whale-watching sites in Southeast Alaska.
remote places on Chichagof and Prince of Wales Islands.
She also sails seven-night roundtrips from Juneau to Glacier Bay, Chichagof and Baranof islands, Admiralty Island, and Tracy Ann in search of abundant wildlife and scenery that the large ships cannot reach.
The forces then would link up in the center of the island at the Massacre Valley passes and turn east to drive the Japanese out of the mountains and seize Chichagof Harbor.
Flynn's studies of martens have focused on Chichagof Island, part of a coastal archipelago in Alaska that includes the Tongass National Forest.
The city hired Whitestone Logging of Hoonah, Alaska, to cut the cedar trees on Forest Service land on Chichagof Island and to truck them to Icy Straits Lumber Co.
The 16 wetlands sampled for this study are on Chichagof Island in southeast Alaska, [approximately]115 km southwest of Juneau in the temperate coastal rain-forest ecoregion (Naiman et al.
Kennerly, who hunted bears in Mexico; Ursus henshawi for Henry Henshaw of the Biological Survey; and Ursus eltonclarki for Elton Clark of Boston, who killed his bear on Chichagof Island in Alaska.
Two sites at Chichagof Harbor were occupied by sea otters before benthic sampling was begun in 1976.
After spending the evening of June 4 at the Hotel Baranof in Juneau, guests will board the Safari Quest on June 5 for an intimate exploration of three scenic, wildlife-rich Alaskan islands -- Admiralty, Baranof and Chichagof.