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It started 60 years ago .
Learn to shoot the verb (and the bird).
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire A human day-hiker usually carries a lunch in a backpack and may require a canine companion to… Continue reading
Consider this, a closing tribute to a modest superstar.
U.S. District Judge Sharon L. Gleason ruled against proposed changes to the refuge’s public use regulations
The lens doesn’t like. Fishermen on the otherhand…
I’ve been on Plan C and D before. But last weekend seemed much further down the alphabet…
By Mary F. Willson I watched a great blue heron glide down to the shore of a pond and slowly walk along the shore in… Continue reading
A group of researchers have found a sliver of good news in the disappearing sea ice.
“I tossed the checklist and began focusing on finding the unexpected in my photos.”
These songbirds have no dawn choruses.
He knew the world’s bumpy plains of ice as well as his old neighborhood.
“As the workforce in Alaska grays, we need new energy and perspectives to keep our state vibrant. “
Romanticizing the storm.
It’s an ecosystem that’s not as well-studied as some others but surely has many interesting stories.
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
Tiny bits of fish and squid may contain big answers.
““I was skeptical. I’m not skeptical anymore.”
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska in autumn 2020.
Darting in and out of the rocks was a small, white critter that quickly disappeared.