Tag Archives: wildlife

Renewal

It’s that time of year.  With nearly 18 ½ hours of sunlight now at latitude 61.2N the non-winter season is in full swing.  Trees are leafed out, bird activity is at its peak, moose calves are in vogue, and salmon … Continue reading

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Local Wildlife

It’s family time for all manner of wild creatures in Southcentral Alaska.  Protective moose cows with calves have had run-ins with a number of humans during the last couple of weeks.  It pays to keep your distance from big animals … Continue reading

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They’re back….

Seasonal change has taken hold now in Southcentral Alaska.  Most nights are still below freezing, but gradually warming days and increasing hours of sunlight have reduced the snow and ice and promise rapidly accelerated melting very soon.  Traditionally, migrating gulls … Continue reading

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Photo Opportunities & Secondary Tools

Winter birds.   It’s definitely still winter here in Alaska even though the days are rapidly getting longer, and wild creatures keep right on taking care of the day-to-day business of survival.  Late last week on a beautiful cold sunny day, … Continue reading

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