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Superb reader-submitted photos of wildlife, scenery and/or plant life.
It is an evolutionary loner.
The planning commission approved a conditional use permit for the project at 35 Mile
It’s involved with almost all aspects of life.
Dan Joling of Anchorage was set to photograph the full moon rising over the Port of Anchorage on Jan. 6, 2023. His research told him… Continue reading
Growth is good but within certain context.
Dead wood is an important basis for many new uses.
Even optimistic projections show half of glaciers gone by end of century.
I noticed two uncommon things that this beaver did…
Alive and hopping.
Attacking the new water with a solid program allows better transitions to the next phase.
The effects of climate change are being felt far and wide.
One year before Alaska became part of America, 21-year old William Dall ascended the Yukon River on a sled, pulled by dogs. The man who… Continue reading
During the darkest days of Alaska’s winter, black-capped chickadees stuff themselves with enough seeds and frozen insects to survive 18-hour nights. Where chickadees spent those… Continue reading
Examples come from many kinds of critters.
Here’s how some diminutive vertebrates do it.
One winter day not long ago, a reporter from the Sacramento Bee called. She had read a story I wrote about life at 40 below… Continue reading
It proposes projects like new public use cabins, trails and maintenance.
On a cold, windy day in late November, I wandered out to Point Louisa. A strong, cold north wind had a mixed gang of scoters… Continue reading