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Here’s how it happened.
“You forget most of what ends up in the freezer, but those steelhead, they stick with you.”
Something is almost always happening at Kingfisher Pond.
EAGLE, ALASKA — Snow geese flew in a ragged V overhead, rasping as they looked down upon Alaska’s bumpy face for the first time in… Continue reading
The SalmonState: Listen, then support — a new approach in Southeast Alaska is a long time in the works
A look at a few of the projects and priorities in the works.
The trail to Nugget Falls was a lively place in early May.
Global Bid Day and World Migratory Bird Day.
Numbers are important, but they never tell the entire story.
Spring wings and other things.
By Ned Rozell Andy Bassich lives on the south bank of the Yukon River, about 12 miles downstream from Eagle, Alaska, the first community in… Continue reading
It’s not fiction.
Wild Shots: Photos of Mother Nature in Alaska
Alaska’s freshwater supply is so abundant the numbers are hard to comprehend.
In the ’80s, 225 pairs of black guillemots nested on Cooper Island. Last year: 25 pairs counted.
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire Human animals have a simple, direct system: copulation and sperm delivery may lead to fertilization of an… Continue reading
The end is in sight.
Style isn’t about clothing, it’s everything.
A tale of two (or more) robins.
By Ned Rozell NORTH OF COLDFOOT — The lynx looks out from inside a chicken-wire cage. Despite its loss of freedom and the nearby squeaking… Continue reading
Earlier this spring I had the great privilege of skiing from Knik Lake to McGrath…