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In honor of Valentine’s Day today, we decided to share a happy collection of some adorable wildlife which can be found on The Kenai, Alaska’s Playground. Be prepared to ooze with “awes” as you check out these beautiful cuties in their natural environment. 

Photo from Alaska Earths Frozen Kingdom.

These beautiful eagles enjoy fishing for salmon and taking in the breathtaking mountain views that Homer, Alaska has to offer.

Caught in the act! Two beautiful Harbor Seals sneak in a quick smooch while swimming in the wild.

Photo shared from Focas on Pinterest.

These two sea lions enjoy a romantic moment on the beach after waddling out of the water.

Photo from weheartit.com.

Aww… young love! These two moose calf’s share in quick embrace while playing in the puddles.

Photo from imgarcade.com.

And while were on the topic of moose, how precious is this beautiful mama with her newborn? Only in Alaska will you experience these sights right out your own front door. Simply incredible!

Photo shared from artwithheart.wordpress.com.

A lynx pair enjoy basking in the winter sun on the Kenai Peninsula. Easy like Sunday morning.

Lynx enjoying the fresh snowfall on the Kenai Peninsula.

Have you ever been to Beluga Point on the Turnagain Arm headed towards the Kenai Peninsula? If not, you simply must! These whales are so beautiful they are truly a sight to behold.

Photo from Travelicious via Pinterest.

These vibrant puffins were caught enjoying a flight together while onlookers snapped photos on a Kenai Fjords Tour in Seward, Alaska.

Photo from Kenai Fjords Tours.

This Orca looks like it’s teaching its young how to show off for the visitors to Resurrection Bay on a Kenai Fjords Tours trip. Well done mama Orca, well done!

Photo from Kenai Fjords Tours.

Dahl Sheep are magical creatures to observe in their natural environment. Not to mention, their noses are shaped like hearts which is oh-so fitting for the Valentine’s Day holiday. 

Photo from alaskaadventureunlimited.com.

There are few things in life that are more adorable than two baby otters holding hands while floating around the ocean. Be still my heart, be still!

Photo from pcwallart.com.

And last but certainly not least, since dog mushing is the state sport of Alaska, it’s only fitting that we take a moment to observe this adorable mom and pup enjoying a playful moment of love this Valentine’s Day. They look like future dog mushing champions to us! What do you think? 

Happy Valentines Day friends, fans and lovers of The Kenai, Alaska’s Playground. Wishing you love, happiness and lots of smiles on this beautiful Sunday!