The pink salmon population in the Pacific is booming, and hatcheries, many of which are in Alaska, are still pumping out more pinks.
Not everyone likes eulachon, so loaded with oils they are nicknamed candlefish, but this Alaskan family does, and they load up every spring.
By doing what they do best — eating — spruce beetles are modifying forests in Alaska. Scientists are tracking the changes and fighting back.
A moment in time from Kirsten Dixon and Mandy Dixon, and cakes to get through any situation in this excerpt from Living Within the Wild.
Alaska magazine’s chief editor took a mini-vacation in late April to visit her brother in Peterson Bay across from Homer.
Bagging the greatest lightshow on Earth
[by Todd Salat]