Polar Bears of Alaska (free eBook)

An outstanding free ebook of photos and writings about the polar bears of Alaska by Carl Donohue and Expeditions Alaska.

Hey Folks, Here it is; a free eBook (we’ll call it a (freeBook!) to download.

Polar Bears of Alaska.

I’ve been working on a book on polar bears, and this eBook is the first part of a larger work in progress. Here is a selection of polar bear photos (over 80), along with a couple of essays I’ve written on the great bear. Eventually, I’ll release a full-fledged, 250+ photo polar bear photography book.

7 perfectly great reasons why you want this eBook

  1. It’s free.
  2. Polar bears are awesome.
  3. I made it.
  4. Over 80 polar bear photos.
  5. eBooks rock.
  6. Signing up for it will keep you notified of more free eBooks, as well as subscribes you to the sophisticated “Ramblings“, my free newsletter (don’t worry, I don’t send out more than maybe 5-6 newsletters in a year).
  7. Well .. ok .. so that’s 6 reasons .. but that’s still pretty good, I reckon. 🙂

Thanks so much. I’d love to hear from you once you’ve had a chance to peruse the images and read through it. Let me know what you think!

Take a look at some of the sample images below; click each of them to see a full size version. Then go ahead and sign up for the eBook.

 

A backlit polar bear silhouetted against a colorful sunrise, ANWR, Alaska.

 

A polar bear cub of the year in Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

 

A large adult female polar bear nurses her 2 cubs. Cubs will stay with their mother for 2-3 years, and nurse on and off during that time. Polar Bear, Ursus maritimus, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, ANWR, Alaska.

 

A couple of young (two year old) polar bears stand and wrestle in a playful mood. Polar Bear cubs playing, Ursus maritimus, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, ANWR, Alaska.

 

2 polar bear cubs nestle against one another and their mother on the edges of the Arctic Ocean, ANWR, Alaska.

 

A large adult male polar bear on the Beaufort Sea, Alaska.

 

A polar bear sits on the frozen ground and snow beneath the rising moon in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Polar bear, Ursus maritimus, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, ANWR, Alaska.

 

The eBook is best viewed (in my opinion) in iBooks, but if you don’t have an OS X or iOS device, then the PDF is the option for you. It will work on most devices.

You’ll be able to download the file a maximum of 3 times, so you can copy it easily to different devices, etc. So be sure to a make a backup file!

Thanks so much.

Cheers

Carl



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