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Until this week, I probably would have ranked February was one of my most optimistic months.
Looking for two types of seldom-seen birds.
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
They predate the arrival of Columbus by a few decades
We need to hold out just a little while longer.
We in Juneau might wonder if every day is wetlands day.
Odds and ends from under clear skies.
Cold doesn’t stop paragliding.
A week really is nothing. It’s the preamble to a habit.
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire As I sat here on yet another gray and drippy day in mid-January, grousing futilely and needing… Continue reading
The camp was there to house workers building the trans-Alaska pipeline
A Conversation with Bjørn Olson.
I assume it’s an otter because of shell fragments in the runny excretions left in the forward stowage
All of it has to be there.
The start of a new year lends us the opportunity to look back through our photo files.
Trail Mix raised more than $230,000 from more than 300 donors, enabling completion by 2023.
Get up there. Good weekday conditions precede a rough forecast for the weekend.
Sometimes you don’t need to even leave the house to see something interesting.
Alaska went big for 2021.
These birds have appeared in “On The Trails” several times, but never as the main feature.