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Murkowski deserve credit for uniting lawmakers on this bipartisan issue.
Construction not expected until 2022 at the earliest.
Post-holing can pay off.
Learn a new hobby.
This one’s for the birds.
A new adventure in the new year.
In a letter to the editor on Dec. 22 Gary Miller states that he can’t see deer on Douglas Island. Yet I see deer tracks… Continue reading
Fishcamp is a way of life.
These birds cover a lot of mileage.
Muskeg life is wet, mushy, juicy, fleshy, tangy, glabrous, globose and glandular.
Over the weekend Katie McCaffrey and I spent almost eight hours approaching and exploring the Herbert Glacier at mile 28 on the Juneau road system.… Continue reading
Juneau leaf-peepers don’t have to travel to the upper Midwest or New England for a view of lovely fall colors.
Pay closer attention to the tiny things.
In September, the natural world slows down.
North American beavers were very nearly exterminated from the entire continent by European trappers and settlers.
I am usually hiking or climbing. This time I wanted to get on the water.
A trip to Cowee Meadows usually provides a curious naturalist with something to contemplate. It’s also a good idea to keep an eye out for… Continue reading
A close friend asked me what changed during a particularly deep conversation the other night.
Grief is a shared condition for humans and killer whales alike.