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‘One of the most enigmatic trees in Alaska’
The ski area is making improvements for both summer and winter activities.
Many bears, fallingf blue ice and a first taste of peanut butter for a thumb-sized bird.
Stengel speared big halibut while free diving in Kachemak Bay.
The sights and sounds on the Boy Scout/Crow Point Trail.
Alaska is about to make a left turn toward winter.
I want people to get outside and be heathy. But not where I’m going.
What a difference those 10 days made!
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
By Mary Catharine Martin Each year, my partner, Bjorn, and I take a river trip. Parenthood (we have a 2-year-old and a 5-month-old) has also… Continue reading
Furry bears, hairy woodpeckers.
“I am excited to see this wild country.”
The two-acre exotic tree plantation is part of a much-larger “boreal arboretum” on the UAF campus.
Three is the magic number.
We live near the northern limit of the western tanager range.
A ‘hole’ lot going on.
Robins fly more than 2,780 miles between their breeding area in Alaska and winter grounds in Texas.
The beat goes on.
Any weekend adventure typically has a few objectives with varying levels of enthusiasm.