For the past four decades, George Divoky has spent his summers on a tiny barrier island off the coast of the Barrow Peninsula called Cooper Island. Here George studies a seabird species called Black Guillemots. Much of this four decades of research on the island was spent in a tent. He’s since upgraded to a plywood shack (seen in the photo) complete with wind turbines and an electrified fence to ward off polar bears. His shack bares the scars from hungry polar bear attempting the rip open the flimsy walls.
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