Artist in Residency at Fish Camp

The National Park Service (NPS) Artist in Residency program provides opportunities for artists to create art in our National Parks. Painter Jessica Bryant recently spent a month in the Western Arctic Parklands, and visited the joint NPS/WCS whitefish ecology study taking place in the lagoons of Cape Krusenstern National Monument. Jessica took some great photos of the work, and kept a diary of her time in the western arctic.

You can read her work here. She was at our field site on August 31 and September 1, but all of her posts are a fun read.

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Setting a whitefish net in Aanigak Lagoon at Cape Krusenstern National Monument. Photo Jessica L. Bryant.

 

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