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To be adaptive, the benefits have to outweigh such costs.
I’ve jumped onto the Wordle bandwagon.
Rotten moose meat unlikely to supplant birthday cake.
Bristol Bay and Alaska Peninsula makes up about one third of Alaska’s entire brown bear population.
Air source heat pumps for Southeast Alaskans.
If you have a few bags of spruce tips in the freezer, now is the time to use them.
Critters and plants are getting ready for spring
Chignik has two genetically distinct runs of sockey
Basketball can teach you a lot about life. But the key word is can.
Owl’s well on the trails.
Old myth doesn’t pass the sniff test.
It pleases me to think that maybe I’m growing into her loveliness.
He left us last week — a quiet exit that was totally Dave.
Nuclear power is not the panacea for climate change.
I started to see the value of the middle ground.
Right about now, songbirds in Brazil are shifting on their perches…
Despite the national trend toward decluttering, there are various legitimate reasons to keep stuff…
A point at which a course is changed…
Call me the breeze. Or call me Jane.
Alaska is about to get thousands of miles of new salmon habitat….