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By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire In the early part of April, there were sometimes two dozen mallards on my mostly icy home… Continue reading
That includes fish that spawn in California’s Sacramento River all the way to the Taku River.
The otherwise healthy, adult bird had to be euthanized for its injuries.
This year’s young bears are bold and plentiful.
By MARK THIESSEN Associated Press ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The Trump administration gave final approval Monday for a contentious oil and gas leasing plan on the… Continue reading
Less tourists and early-summer hunger could be pushing them into areas usually more crowded.
Half a dozen bald eagles and other birds have needed help.
Bears are trash scavengers, particularly in lean years
Even if we are quarantined and we can only see spring arrive from our window.
Power was quickly restored, the squirrel was not.
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.
Golden eagles are the most widespread eagle on Earth.
Underweight eagle is on a high-protein diet.
Juneau’s not their ideal terrain.
It’s the second sighting in four days.
Locals delighted but wary.
A free presentation this week gives a look into the busy world of beavers, and sheds light on how their activity affects everything around them.… Continue reading
A local bird rescue center is asking fishermen to be careful with their fishing gear after a seagull ingested a treble hook and died earlier… Continue reading
Back in the Midwest, in the summers I listened to cicadas calling and crickets chirping — sounds that don’t happen here in Southeast Alaska. We… Continue reading