Beluga Point, Turnagain Arm in Cook Inlet, Anchorage, Alaska

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Beluga Point, Turnagain Arm on Cook Inlet, near Anchorage, Alaska. This is a common beluga spotting location – but the Cook Inlet belugas are under threat from hunting and pollution, and it’s hard to see them these days. I spent hours here and at the Kenai river – saw no belugas. Which isn’t proof of anything in itself, of course…

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Writer, photographer, environmental campaigner and "known troublemaker" Dave Walsh is the founder of, described both as "possibly the most arrogant and depraved website to be found either side of the majestic Shannon River", and "the nicest website circulating in Ireland". Half Irishman, half-bicycle. He lives in southern Irish city of Barcelona.


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