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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.
Few critters are making themselves visible.
Shimmer like a king salmon.
A hunt for moose in the cold Alaska winter.
In the Arctic, a high potential of thawing permafrost in the next 30 years.
As hunters and anglers, we are allies and enemies.
These weasel family members are all over Alaska.