From left to right, Kristy Tibbles, Michael Orsborn and Olivia Orsborn were some of the most successful fire-builders in the Outdoor Survival class hosted by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. They leaned the fire up against a rock both to reflect heat and provide a resting place for the fire starter. This class was one in a series of courses being hosted this summer titled "Alaskans Afield."
Bighead Knapweed, centaurea macrocephala, is one of the most asked-about plants at the Jensen-Olson Arboretum when it's in bloom. While many knapweeds are listed as highly invasive, C. macrocephala is well-mannered in gardens here in...
Canadian officials this week announced the start of a new 30-day public comment period on the Canadian federal government's environmental assessment of the controversial Kerr Sulphurets Mitchell mine proposal.
The bandit-marked male common yellowthroat, along with family members feathered with pale yellow bellies and olive-colored backs, skulk low in dense tangles of wet vegetation and underbrush.
These are warblers.