Frank Keim is an educator, nature writer, and environmental activist who has resided in Alaska since 1961. He worked for two years as a Peace Corps Volunteer on the Bolivian Altiplano; as an anthropologist in Ecuador for four years; and as a secondary school teacher of Yup’ik Eskimos in four small Eskimo villages in Alaska’s Lower Yukon Delta for 21 years. He has three poetry books published: Voices on the Wind (2011), Today I Caught Your Spirit (2014), and Trails Taken ... so many still to take (2018). His Wilderness River books were published in 2012 and 2020 respectively: White Water Blue: Paddling and Trekking Alaska’s Wild Rivers, and Down Alaska’s Wild Rivers: Journals of an Alaskan Naturalist.


Frank enjoys canoing, wood carving, and drawing birds for an in-progress on-line book entitled Yup’ik Bird Book. He lives in an octagon that he and his wife, Jennifer, built themselves north of Fairbanks, Alaska.

Down Alaska’s Wild Rivers: Journals of an Alaskan Naturalist Third Edition


Paperback $25.95 + S/H

365 pages, 6"x9"

ISBN 13 - 978-1-945432-65-1


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