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The greenhouse effect is crucial for life, but it’s possible to have too much of a good thing.
Staying fit and not just for hiking in August.
Right now, it’s busy outside.
They’re on a collision course.
A marathon plan went very off course.
They’re “singing” and ready to mingle.
A dinosaur found in Japan is very similar to one that has been found throughout Alaska.
A lot has changed almost overnight.
Butterflies, birds and sea stars were seen in early May.
“I had to wonder if this was just usual Jeff Lund, or if this was COVID Lund.”
This year is guaranteed to be different from the past few.
Spiders are generally predatory, with good vision.
Migration is on.
Today, we face an all-new challenge and it’s time to work together.
Annual event tallies birds around Southeast Alaska and raises funds.
Researchers counted an increase from two to 98 beaver dams near Kotzebue between 2002 and 2019.
If you start to over analyze everything you’re in danger of missing the point.
Robins are hopping along the roadsides and singing in the trees.
They’re processing tests.
Deliberate deceitfulness is well-known among animals that cache food and others.