King Salmon Drying Quinhagak Alaska

Split salmon drying on racks is a common sight in the village of Quinhagak, a Yup'ik village on the Kanektok River in Alaska.

USA, Alaska, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, A sunset view of salmon drying outside on a drying rack inthe Yup'ik Village of Quinhagak on the Kanektok River. The salmon is part of the subsistence gathering carried on for centuries by the first Alaskans.



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Picture of large strips of king salmon drying in the village
of Quinhagak on the Kanektok River.

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Photo Title: King Salmon Drying Quinhagak Alaska

Split salmon drying on racks is a common sight in the village of Quinhagak, a Yup'ik village on the Kanektok River in Alaska.

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Wayde Carroll Accent Alaska.com

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