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I didn’t use to be a sticker guy.
Post-holing can pay off.
Learn a new hobby.
This one’s for the birds.
Use the stars to find your way.
A volcanic eruption in 1783 cooled off Alaska.
They shed light on a watershed.
Don’t make us the enemy.
International Year of the Salmon brings people together for common goal.
Antarctica on the solstice: Juneau couple spends holidays with thousands of penguins, near-constant daylight
They traveled south, way south.
We face a future with great challenges.
Live-bearing, egg-laying and everything in between.
The first Wildlife Wednesday of 2019 will focus on harbor seals. At 7 p.m. tonight, in University of Alaska Southeast’s Egan Lecture Hall, 11066 Auke… Continue reading
These birds cover a lot of mileage.
I am living two lives and life is going twice as fast.
How does a 300-pound animal disappear so fast?
If you harbor an interest in seals, there’s a Wednesday night program for you. At 7 p.m. Jan. 2, in University of Alaska Southeast’s Egan… Continue reading
To appreciate Juneau’s beauty, you need an outside perspective.
280 seismic stations silently do their jobs.