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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.
Most of the time we don’t know there’s a flaw in our system until it is exposed.
An animal “with the power to change everything.”
Snow makes a great — albeit damp and cool — blanket.
Capital Outdoor Week, held March 2-6 in Juneau, will focus on Alaska’s $3.2 billion outdoor recreation sector. The five-day event features a calendar full of… Continue reading
Locals and scientists say it’s losing water.
It’s a hare-y situation in Juneau.
He didn’t see it coming.
More trails, more visitors, more problems?
A hunt is never limited to a sequence of events never to be shared.
A real-life function of magnetic sense is known in many animals.
Juneau guides help film crew capture something never seen before on film: wolves catching salmon at night
They found themselves sitting in the dark, surrounded by wolves.
There are some rewards that come with cold, clear skies.
Bracken fern is notorious for its toxins.
They say the next best thing to fly fishing is reading about fly fishing.
December was so warm that beavers stayed active, collecting branches for their winter caches and dam repairs, leaving trails in a thin snow cover. The… Continue reading
Time is running short to reduce carbon emissions.