The Nome Site Guide
Back in the day I visited Nome several times in June to photograph the nesting birds and more. Photographing on the tundra is always difficult. Nests are usually few and far between and tend to be found in small areas with a specific species-preferred micro-habitat. In his elegant Nome Site Guide Matthew Studebaker shares what he has learned over many seasons of photographing around this arctic outpost. The few roads are long and having Matthew to guide you on your journey in search for nesting jaegers and Red-throated Loons, the rare Bluethroat, Northern Wheatear, Gyrfalcon and Rough-legged Hawk, and a variety of nesting passerines, Bristle-thighed Curlew, Bar-tailed Godwit, American Golden-Plover, and a large variety of nesting shorebirds as well as the occasional Musk Ox is a huge advantage for visiting bird photographers. His tips on where to stay and where to eat will also prove to be invaluable. I can only wish that I had had his guide when I visited.
The Nome Site eGuide, by Matthew Studebaker: $48. Sent as a 55-page PDF to your e-mail address.
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