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I Went to the Woods: Here they come
Tourism isn’t all good and it isn’t all bad.
Alaska Science Forum: His 48th summer on top of the world
In the ’80s, 225 pairs of black guillemots nested on Cooper Island. Last year: 25 pairs counted.
On the Trails: Reproductive delays in mammals
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire Human animals have a simple, direct system: copulation and sperm delivery may lead to fertilization of an… Continue reading
Coming Out: Swimming to Hell
The self as examined by punk rockers and Sartre.
Alaska Science Forum: Endless northern winter about to end
The end is in sight.
I Went to the Woods: All about style
Style isn’t about clothing, it’s everything.
Planet Alaska: ‘A day that changed everything’
“Whoosh! I was floating,”
On the Trails: Same name, very different birds
A tale of two (or more) robins.
Alaska Science Forum: Live-trapping lynx in the far north
By Ned Rozell NORTH OF COLDFOOT — The lynx looks out from inside a chicken-wire cage. Despite its loss of freedom and the nearby squeaking… Continue reading
Sustainable Alaska: Cosmic consciousness, Earth Day, and the magic of time and space
Earlier this spring I had the great privilege of skiing from Knik Lake to McGrath…
Planet Alaska: This old dog
This old dog is a good dog.
On the Trails: Whelks learning and hemlocks fluting
I Went to the Woods: What makes a favorite
By Jeff Lund I was doing some math, which can be difficult. Not just because I’m an English teacher, but because it can be hard… Continue reading
On the Trails: Wild animals surviving serious injuries
To be adaptive, the benefits have to outweigh such costs.
Gimme a Smile: Enjoy the charm of Wordle
I’ve jumped onto the Wordle bandwagon.
Alaska Science Forum: Across Alaska in one summer
Rotten moose meat unlikely to supplant birthday cake.
Pride of Bristol Bay: The brown bears of Bristol Bay and Alaska Peninsula
Bristol Bay and Alaska Peninsula makes up about one third of Alaska’s entire brown bear population.
Resilient Peoples Place: Energy independence is both a destination and a journey
Air source heat pumps for Southeast Alaskans.
Planet Alaska: Spruce tips for all seasons
If you have a few bags of spruce tips in the freezer, now is the time to use them.
On the Trails: Waiting for spring
Critters and plants are getting ready for spring