Spend a year in the wilds of Alaska with the most ferocious of American mammals. From spring thaw through the endless light of Arctic summer, from the spectacular and panoramic color of the short Alaskan autumn to the deep snows of the bitter polar winter, noted wildlife photographer Michio Hoshimo tracks a family of Alaskan grizzlies. In photograph after fascinating photograph, he captures the intimate details of their lives in the wild, whether at play or on the hunt. This is wildlife photography at its very finest, set against the rugged and awesome beauty of the Alaskan wilderness.
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Michio Hoshino -- born in Japan in 1952 -- graduated from Keio University, Department of Economics in 1975. Since 1978 he has been taking photographs of Alaskan wildlife. His work has appeared in major publications in Japan and in the United States, including Anima, a Japanese natural history magazine, Smithsonian, Audubon, and National Geographic. In 1986 his fist book, Grizzly won the annual Anima Award, the prize given to the the most distinguished wildlife photography.Language Notes:
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