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Alaska went big for 2021.
These birds have appeared in “On The Trails” several times, but never as the main feature.
To avoid compounding natural disasters, we need to aggressively tackle climate change.
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire A female hairy woodpecker visits my suet feeder regularly, and I’d bet any money that she is… Continue reading
In Southeast Alaska, you have to learn to shoot when the skies are gray.
By Mary F. Willson A visit to the lower reaches of the Herbert and Eagle rivers usually turns up something of interest. A recent warm… Continue reading
The ski area will be open almost every day through Jan. 10
Alaska Science Forum: Time stands still on winter solstice
“He may be the most interesting man in the world.”
Sheep. Goat. Caribou. Bison. Not necessarily in that order.
It’s not an exercise for everyone, of course. You have to be ready for it.
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
Cold weather and snow guns will help to ready the slopes for shredding.
It is not your mother’s Arctic anymore, and don’t expect the changes to stop.
Rraindrops have been put to work to disperse spores, seeds and more.
You are probably intimately familiar with atmospheric rivers.
Historically bad weather has postponed the opening until the temperature drops.
It seems that plans unravel more than they unfold.
There is no perfect defense.
It started 60 years ago .