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A dog can tell you a lot about the outdoors. When a Lab vacuums the ground with her nose and her tail spins like a… Continue reading
ALLISON LAKE, ABOVE VALDEZ — Three men dressed in full raingear crept like ants across a bumpy green landscape on Aug. 25, 2023. Using a… Continue reading
The grizzly hadn’t seen my dog or me, so I yelled and waved my arms. The bear stood, looked in our direction for three unforgettable… Continue reading
Researchers probe far beneath ice for clues to aid their search for extraterrestrial life
Hazel Sutton was eating lunch on an island at Tanana Lakes Recreation Area in Fairbanks with her family recently when a bird caught her eye.… Continue reading
One evening in late May, long after most female mallards had gone off to incubate their eggs, a group of three male mallards cruised around… Continue reading
In a recent paper, scientists wrote that a small population of polar bears living off Greenland and Arctic Canada increased by 1.6 times when they… Continue reading
When spring finally came, it came in a rush. Cottonwood and alder leaves fairly leaped from the buds and grew rapidly toward full size. I… Continue reading
Imagine being a moose in late May…
The highlight of our Berners Bay cruise…
Kids treated to the story of Raven and the Box of Daylight.
the Yukon River’s solid sheets were breaking into smaller pieces.
Early avian harbingers have been joined by lots of other species…
Balto gives scientists insight into what makes Alaska sled dogs and other working breeds unique.
Our spring is slow in coming.
Melt season is a sad time for people who enjoy the magic of snow crystals bonding so well to one another, resulting in a web… Continue reading
The story dates back to the 1950s, when scientists were working out how DNA’s pieces fit together.
Fun with phenotype phenomenon.
When Syun-Ichi Akasofu walks by in the building on the University of Alaska Fairbanks campus that bears his name, I want to catch up and… Continue reading