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This one’s for the birds.
Live-bearing, egg-laying and everything in between.
These birds cover a lot of mileage.
Few critters are making themselves visible.
These weasel family members are all over Alaska.
How does visual acuity work?
This is Rain Country.
How many other little tricks of flight are out there, still to be discovered?
It is advantageous for plants to disperse their seeds away from the parent plant. If all the seeds just fell under the parent, the high… Continue reading
What happens to bears in years when food sources are poor?
This tick is very rare in Alaska, but that could change.
Juneau leaf-peepers don’t have to travel to the upper Midwest or New England for a view of lovely fall colors.
In September, the natural world slows down.
Our boots rustled noisily through the tall sedges and sweetgale shrubs as we wended our way into the wetland. When we stopped to listen, we… Continue reading
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