Eric Beeman recounts the tale of a Kodiak deer hunt when a bear got to the deer before he and a client could.
Nick Jans encountered more bears than usual during his three week stay at home out the Haines Highway. And he wasn’t alone.
Katie Ione Craney is an artist based in Haines who primarily works with scrap material and found objects.
Tom Glass writes there is an undeniable parallel between a wolverine’s rough-and-ready attitude and the adventurous spirit of Alaskans.
As Alaska’s climate and habitat change, red fox are migrating north and pushing arctic fox out of their territory. It could be the end of the artic fox.
The Arctic Refuge Virtual Bird Fest mimics an in-person bird festival. It includes video excursions into the refuge, guest speakers, and a featured artist.
A longtime birder encounters a real life Hitchcock moment on a hike with a friend outside Homer.
After 15 years of learning about, exploring, and fighting Pebble Mine, one writer says the proposed mine will be around for generations, one way or another.
Carol McIntyre has dedicated the majority of her three-decade career to understanding Alaska’s golden eagles.