Various small forage fish stocks found in the waters of the West Coast make up one of the principal sources of food for Salmon. This scene depicts a Chinook buck chasing down a school of oil rich Pacific Herring.
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This wing was found in a sand dune where it had been separated from its body by a Coyote. This species is a large gull,...View full product details
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