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Cannibalism in nature can be a family affair.
By Mary Catharine Martin The Salmon State Every day for decades, bear hunter, guide, and early 20th century Southeast Alaska homesteader Allen Hasselborg logged the… Continue reading
In decades of sky-watching in the north, he has seen a few red auroras, but not many.
No elk taken, but it’s nothing to grouse about.
Here are a few examples of enjoyable displays of fall colors…
It only took one sockeye to remind of how lucky I am to live in a world with wild salmon
Outdoors content isn’t a monolith.
Trees and other plants are simply shedding what no longer suits them.
We were already happier, ready to skip our phones across the water like stones.
I found a funny looking thing on the underside of an alder leaf.
There is always something that comes to mind when I am outside.
Tracking down Alaskapox.
No need to bug out. They’re a natural part of the forest.
Yellow sun and slime mold.
“From the center of the Earth to the center of the sun.”
A pretty little perennial plant, sometimes called sticky asphodel, grows in many of our muskegs.
Here are a few elements that were pivotal to the Geophysical Institute’s early development…
Hanging 10 at Latitude 59
Teton Park’s incoming permanent chief ranger has been in the job for months on an interim basis.