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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
They’re creepy. They’re crawly. And in Alaska, they’re the bane of any fishing expedition. But bugs — even mosquitos — are also a vital part… Continue reading
What fishermen thought was a rarely-seen sea creature on Tuesday turned out to be a badly-decomposed cetacean. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration received reports… Continue reading