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Deliberate deceitfulness is well-known among animals that cache food and others.
She was a tough wolf until the end.
Being healthy and employed makes me treasure simple pleasures like a lost fish.
Fish, birds and some mammals use UV.
Howard Pass, a rock-stubbled tundra plateau in the western Brooks Range, is one of the lowest points in the mountains that arc across northern Alaska.… Continue reading
As Alaskans, we indeed know how to support one another.
“Winter came back with a vengeance. Oh woe!”
Gagging in the name of science.
State officials said they’ve seen an uptick in people feeding moose carrots and apples.
Tie rather than scroll. Read paper, not screens.
There have been successes and failures.
RSVP online to participate.
Focusing on fox kits, not test kits.
Even if we are quarantined and we can only see spring arrive from our window.
The weasel family is well-represented in Alaska.
“I was hoping for something out of the ordinary — and I got lucky.”
“When your release reminds you of how bad things are, it’s not a release.”
The prize observation came from Eaglecrest.
Groove isn’t just in the heart.
Listening closely to this planet’s sounds can tell us a lot about where we are, and where we’re going.