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From the Koyukuk River, to the Kuskokwim, to Norton Sound, to Bristol Bay’s Igushik River, unusually warm temperatures across Alaska this summer led to die-offs… Continue reading
Not my idea of a place to live!
Here’s what’s going down on The Farm.
Birds that spent their summer next to muskoxen are now leaving Alaska to spend winter with zebras.
Scenes from a summer place.
The 800 mile trip took 55 days.
Icelanders will soon install a plaque they hope people will read, long after those who bolted it to a mountain are dead. Near a withering… Continue reading
I saw a dude reading Jack London at a coffee shop in Juneau.
This insect is vastly changing the appearance of some hemlocks in town.
They’re basically bush pilots.
On a hot, sunny day, I sat with some friends on a big log, looking across Berners Bay toward Lion’s Head.
This one didn’t pack the punch of past Juneau jökulhlaups.
Students from Punahou School in Honolulu, Hawaii, traveled to Juneau.
Record-high temperatures in Alaska are believed to be the cause of salmon deaths in the western part of the state.