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Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
On a fine June day about 100 years ago, the world fell apart.
A good weekend off the grid will put your focus on the cluttered chaos of nature.
Scientists find wolves with adequate social distancing from humans tend to avoid nasty viruses.
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire In the early part of April, there were sometimes two dozen mallards on my mostly icy home… Continue reading
The great, silent collective explosion of freed tree buds is coming.
“I wrote it because I feel it’s important to get this message out.”
It’s a family grizz-ness.
After a long lonely stroll, I finally spotted my birds
Maybe it’s really spring!
As we skied along a packed ribbon of snow, the wolf tracks were a surprise.
Winter-spring transition was like the never-ending YouTube ads that keep good stuff from starting.
Vole-riety is not the mice of life.
Could a roving river re-route rafters ?
We need to plan now.
A walk on a gray, March day turned out to be more interesting than expected.
Why might songbirds have a thing for yellow snow?
Wildlife spotted on the water and in the sand.