True Tales of Hunting, Fishing, and Surviving in the Far North
Paul D. Atkins, an outdoor writer and author, has lived and hunted among the Inuit Eskimos of Northwest Alaska for the last 20 years. He has written hundreds of articles on hunting and fishing in Alaska, specializing in big game and surviving the far north’s extremes. Whether it’s chasing moose along a willow choked river or searching for musk ox in sub-zero conditions, Paul’s experience in the arctic is vast and has been well documented through his many published works. Besides being a regular columnist and contributing writer for several publications, Paul also teaches for the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and the Northwest Arctic Borough School District, where promoting education in and out of the classroom has always been his primary goal.