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Take a tour of Huslia, Alaska, a remote rural Alaska village along the Koyukuk River.

Take a tour of Huslia, Alaska, a remote rural Alaska village along the Koyukuk River.

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Huslia, Alaska by Angela Gonzalez 9-10 Huslia, Alaska by Angela Gonzalez 9-10 Presentation Transcript

  • Koyukuk River
    • A trip to Huslia, Alaska
    • September 2010 Photos by Angela Gonzalez
    • @ayatlin
  • Huslia is located on the north bank of the Koyukuk River, about 290 air miles west of Fairbanks. The population is 265.
  • There are no roads to Huslia, so people fly in small airplanes. View slide
  • Many of the people who live in Huslia are Koyukon Athabascan, an Alaska Native tribe. View slide
  • Like most of rural Alaska, there are no paved roads in Huslia, Alaska
  • The main modes of transportation are ATVs, snow machines, trucks, boats and walking.
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  • Many homes are log cabins.
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  • Travel a little ways on the Koyukuk River to see wildlife. This eagle was flying around the two ravens at right.
  • Loons make their home along the Koyukuk River and surrounding lakes. Moose also inhabit the area.
  • Ducks
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  • Thank you for taking this tour of Huslia, a village along the Koyukuk River. This last photo is of Fish Lake by Al Yatlin Sr. (my father).