In the far northwest corner of Alaska is a land virtually untouched by time. Miles of rolling hills, mighty rivers, and clear lakes are unspoiled by roads, and rarely visited by humans. In On Arctic Ground, author Debbie S. Miller reveals this vast stretch of public land –  a place with the unfitting name National Petroleum Reserve – Alaska.

Inspiring stories are accompanied by images from a number of award-winning wildlife photographers. On Arctic Ground includes contributions from wildlife biologist Jeff Fair, writer Richard Nelson, and paleontologists Jack Horner and Patrick Druckenmiller. From caribou to polar bears, raptors to Velociraptors, discover the treasures of this pristine wilderness.