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Examples come from many kinds of critters.
Here’s how some diminutive vertebrates do it.
One winter day not long ago, a reporter from the Sacramento Bee called. She had read a story I wrote about life at 40 below… Continue reading
It proposes projects like new public use cabins, trails and maintenance.
On a cold, windy day in late November, I wandered out to Point Louisa. A strong, cold north wind had a mixed gang of scoters… Continue reading
Additional lifts to open soon.
Experts outline what to do in the situation that someone falls through ice
Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
Touch is a mechanical sense, detecting physical stimuli such as pressure, texture, stretch, vibrations and flow. Touch receptors come in a variety of forms —… Continue reading
A good snowfall in early November drew us out to enjoy the brightened landscape…
Climate change in the Arctic and Alaska is substantial; we can see signals it has arrived…”
One should never tire of writing columns about gratitude. I hope I never do.
When you are a young boy growing up in Brooklyn in the 1930s, sniffing warm pastries your father has placed in the window of his… Continue reading
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There are wonderfully diverse ways of using silk to detect and capture prey.
My success may come in spite of my method, not because of it.