A Shape in the Dark is a gripping and authentic book that weaves outdoor adventure, natural history, and memoir.
Nicole Schmitt is the executive director of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance, a nonprofit that advocates for protecting Alaska’s wildlife.
Just 10 weeks after becoming a mother, Caroline Van Hemert hikes with her husband and infant son along the Lost Coast.
A bumblebee in the far north lives a short but fascinating life. Alaska is home to 22 different bumblebees.
Tales bear encounters, moose, and beautiful country from a father and son who are sheep hunting in the Chugach.
Beavers are found throughout Alaska, except in the far north, but biologists are finding more beaver dams in the north as the climate warms.
Linda Behnken has fished commercially off Alaska since 1982 and since 1991 has worked to promote sustainable fisheries.
Tongass Odyssey, which took John Schoen five years to write, is an engaging mixture of memoir, science, and conservation history.
Jellyfish are becoming more abundant in Alaska waters. They are a detriment to some. The owners of Ravencroft Lodge offer jelly dive tours.