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Let’s talk temperatures.
Adventures in a salt chuck.
We tend to be quite casual in how we apply common names.
The signs of an approaching fall in Juneau.
Live updates from the 73rd annual Golden North Salmon Derby.
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
A window into the future.
A clue into Alaska’s ancient past.
In Alaska, it’s a different story.
‘If we don’t grow, we are destined for mediocracy.’
The Golden North Salmon Derby is ready for take two.
There are well over 1,400 species of hawk moth in the world.
Alaska’s wolf-stocking experiment.
Event starts on Friday.
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.