An Arctic Miracle on Hold Seth Kantner and I sat, leaning into our binoculars. The sandy knoll commanded a huge sweep of autumn-bright country—rolling tundra banded with willow…
Carnivore Confessions I tried to be a vegetarian once. I reasoned that if I couldn’t kill an animal myself, then I had no business allowing someone else to…
Who has the right to view a wild animal? And is sharing the location of wildlife detrimental or beneficial?
As a debate rages over wolves or deer in southeast Alaska, the wolves face pressure from hunters and habitat loss.
Nick Jans remembers Romeo, a wolf that lived near Juneau and captured the community’s heart by interacting with people’s pet dogs.
By studying the bones of walrus remains, scientist Nicole Misarti has learned how the animals of today differ from those of the past.
Verena Gill is a NOAA scientist who oversees the recovery of threatened and endangered species in Alaska, including Cook Inlet beluga whales.
The ideal meal plan for a week of bear viewing at the famous McNeil River State Game Sanctuary.
Students have been surveying LeConte Glacier in Southeast since 1983, making it one of the nation’s longest running citizen science projects.