Mt. Dutton

Photo: Kristine Sowl/USFWS

The Izembek National Wildlife Refuge on the Alaska Peninsula is home to wolves, foxes, caribou, waterfowl and a variety of other animals. But as fog quietly creeps by the stratovolcano Mount Dutton, not a single creature stirs.

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Alaska's Izembek National Wildlife Refuge is silent and still as fog creeps towards Mount Dutton.