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Change in vegetation, tidal areas, land “rebound” after glacial retreat shown — along with area’s name.
Encounters with humans from 2017 to 2021 killed hundreds of Steller sea lions and other marine mammals that swim in Alaska waters, along with dozens… Continue reading
At the mist-netting station in the woods at Creamer’s Field in Fairbanks, volunteers and professionals briefly cupped more than 2,000 songbirds in their hands this… Continue reading
When it comes to packing on the pounds to survive an Alaska winter, this year’s undisputed champ is Grazer. Grazer, also known as Bear 128… Continue reading
Body of young male named “Tango” found near Hump Island with injuries.
A walrus calf is being nursed back to health after being found on its own miles inland by oil field workers in Alaska. The male… Continue reading
However, overall incidents in the capital city have been minimal, officials say.
I join the many Alaskans appalled by the revelation that state officials in planes and helicopters recently killed 94 brown bears (including 11 cubs), five… Continue reading
As of Tuesday evening, the video had amassed more than 2.3 million views on TikTok
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Bats are the main carriers in the Southeast, and as ever there the odds are extremely low.
Wildlife officials said before the bears were killed, they were entering tents.
Its presence on a road in daylight is unusual, but not unheard of.
The seal is the first mammal admitted to the center’s Wildlife Response Program this year