Members of the Haida tribe perform fish surveys on streams at Keat's Inlet on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.
Haida Fish Survey Members of the Haida tribe perform fish surveys on streams at Keat's Inlet on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska. © Erika Nortemann/The Nature Conservancy
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