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Vole-riety is not the mice of life.
Could a roving river re-route rafters ?
We need to plan now.
A walk on a gray, March day turned out to be more interesting than expected.
Why might songbirds have a thing for yellow snow?
Wildlife spotted on the water and in the sand.
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
If we are to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius, we must electrify everything.
I had been cold before, but not this type of cold.
Behavior is less well-known to non-ornithologists.
Despite the small mammal being common, nobody had studied or written about them climbing trees.
Seed plants have been quite inventive!
Outdoor enthusiasts are certainly stepping outside to play in whatever environment.
Fun facts about snow gleaned from a new book.
There are good leaps and there are dumb ones.
Eiders and more.
By Ned Rozell In 1900, Alaska was home to Native people in scattered villages and camps and recently arrived miners who scraped the creeks for… Continue reading
Juneau Climate Change Solutionists: Protecting Forests through Indigenous land management with Richard Chalyee Éesh Peterson
Our greatest role in the global fight against climate change is to protect our land.
Erin Ranney might be best described as a force of nature for nature.