Alaska Outdoors

Record warm water blamed for salmon deaths

Record-high temperatures in Alaska are believed to be the cause of salmon deaths in the western part of the state.

 

The thin line between Alaska and Canada

Alaska’s border with Canada is one of the great feats of wilderness surveying.

 

The big ‘What If…’

A good river is productive enough to make you happy, yet still challenging enough to frustrate you.

PHOTOS: Bald eagles feast near DIPAC

Young eagles get their first taste of fish.

The Importance of Sustainable Whale Watching in Juneau

For whale watching to remain a viable industry, we need to ensure it’s sustainable for the whales.

The science behind geothermal springs

Alaska has its share of geothermal sites — at least 79 of them.

Weird world of northern dinosaurs coming into focus

The tale is separate from the one we learned as kids.

When secret fishing spots aren’t so secret

This fishing spot is mine, all mine … but not really.

A sleepless walk under the midnight sun

An epic way to celebrate solstice.

This and that: Sundews, pines, spider and bees

Sundews are not our only insectivorous plants.

Monitoring a mystery bird in Yakutat

Researchers are joining others to unravel the mysteries of the Aleutian tern.

Completing the experience means taking the time to enjoy it and not get too excited about that burger waiting once you get back to town. (Jeff Lund | For the Juneau Empire)

An engineer of delayed gratification

I used to be in a big hurry.

Completing the experience means taking the time to enjoy it and not get too excited about that burger waiting once you get back to town. (Jeff Lund | For the Juneau Empire)

Part of trail will be closed for work

A portion of the trail will remain open.