Seth Kanter writes about living in the Arctic with changing seasons and migrating caribou. An excerpt from A Thousand Trails Home.
Wildlife inspectors working at stations across Alaska help stop the illegal trafficking of wildlife and products like baleen or feathers.
Michael Engelhard recounts the story of taking a raven with a broken wing to a vet, and the woman he met during the act.
Nick Jans recalls the truly memorable wildlife encounters in which two species recognized and acknowledged one another.
By doing what they do best — eating — spruce beetles are modifying forests in Alaska. Scientists are tracking the changes and fighting back.
The discovery has led to more questions than answers—specifically, are the wolves scavenging dead sea otters or preying upon live ones?
Nick Jans shares moments of ESP in bear country, when his grizzly radar alerted him that a bear encounter was pending.
Natalie Dawson is the executive director of Audubon Alaska, where she works to protect habitat for Alaska’s birds and wildlife.
Snow buntings are the planet’s northernmost passerine and are adapted to cold weather. The birds have even been spotted at the north pole.