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“A severe earthquake was felt.”
… it’s about time.
The tree swallows migrate to Alaska to hatch their young.
Without illogical enthusiasm, we might not learn new things.
The season will go later next year.
What do skunks, beetles and octopuses all have in common?
Lecture examines behavior of not-quite adult bears
How the campus saves energy (and money).
The eruption that nearly brought down a passenger jet.
It’s tough sledding for Dredge Lakes salmon.
The excellent noses of dogs are put to work in bat research.
Multiple answers are being proposed.
Happy to be living in Southeast.
There’s a reason they call ravens ‘wolf-birds.’
Lions in Alaska? Yes, it’s a thing.
The signs of the times.
Chalk it up to rocks.
‘You’re on a roll, Lund.’
A new trail with an old story.
They’re barking up the right trees.