It was more than a decade ago that painter Mary Ida Henrikson began her quest for knowledge about fire trees.
The U.S. Forest Service announced a change of schedule for the first Fireside Lecture at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Photographer Mark Kelley is not able to show his images on Friday, Jan. 12 so instead, Jim Beedle will show images of wildlife in Katmai National Park. His presentation “What Makes Katmai Wildlife So Special?” will share moments of watching brown bears feed on a beached whale and being herded from Brooks Camp by a Park Service employee.
Want to influence Alaska’s hunting regulations? The Alaska Board of Game has called for proposed changes to hunting and trapping rules for Southeast and Southcentral regions of Alaska.
John Wright of Fairbanks believes he has an Alaska version of what that photo might have been.
The Treadwell Ditch Trail is one of the only flat lengthy hiking trails in the Juneau area.
In Alaska, many of us spend all spring and summer harvesting foods so we can enjoy good food and nutrition all winter.
On the upper Chena River in the heart of a cold winter, a songbird appeared on a gravel bar next to gurgling water that somehow remained unfrozen in 20-below zero air. Then the bird jumped in, disappeared underwater, and popped up a few feet upstream.
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