I've been meaning all trip to get good photos of the "common" stuff up here, like Myrtle Yellow-rumped Warbler and Gray-cheeked Thrush, and never managed it, and won't , because I'm up in Barrow now. I had a Yellow-rumped Warbler building a nest right outside my tent in Paxson, too.
Part of the story of interior Alaska is that it's the east - the Yellow-rumped is Myrtle, not Audubon's; The Fox Sparrow is Taiga, not Sooty; the medium sized grebe is Horned, not Eared (as pointed out by Audie, our host at Denali Highway Cabins.] The Yellow-rumped pictured may well migrate to Cape May or Chincoteague to winter.
[This is the tent Mark made me stay in while at Denali Highway Cabins ;>) - that's the Gulkana River, a Sockeye Salmon spawning stream.]