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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.
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…
Though the calendar calls it springtime, the thermometer on the truck reads minus 28 F…
To be adaptive, the benefits have to outweigh such costs.
Rotten moose meat unlikely to supplant birthday cake.
Critters and plants are getting ready for spring
Chignik has two genetically distinct runs of sockey
Owl’s well on the trails.
The animal with a long history in the area has been necropsied.
Old myth doesn’t pass the sniff test.
He left us last week — a quiet exit that was totally Dave.
Nuclear power is not the panacea for climate change.
It’s a ‘seedy’ world.
Right about now, songbirds in Brazil are shifting on their perches…
Wood as a biological entity, not as a commodity to be sold or a nuisance to be removed.
As sometimes happens in science, a chance decision led to a discovery.