Mystery Wolf Didn’t Survive in Alaska

2020-03-07T05:11:21-09:00

Mystery wolf didn't survive in Alaska By Ned Rozell An Alaska wolf that disappeared about 12,000 years ago just made another appearance. No one will ever see this wolf, but scientists have found that it was different from Alaska’s wolves of today, and it was not like its Ice-Age contemporaries that lived in, among other [...]

Mystery Wolf Didn’t Survive in Alaska2020-03-07T05:11:21-09:00

The mystery of 53 dead caribou in the Alaska Range

2020-03-07T05:11:23-09:00

The mystery of 53 dead caribou in the Alaska Range By Ned Rozell Forty-two years ago, an Army helicopter pilot flying over a tundra plateau saw a group of caribou. Thinking something looked weird, he circled for a closer look. The animals, dozens of them, were dead. The pilot reported what he saw to the [...]

The mystery of 53 dead caribou in the Alaska Range2020-03-07T05:11:23-09:00

NOAA selects Alaska’s Kachemak Bay as focus for habitat initiative

2020-03-07T05:11:25-09:00

NOAA selects Alaska’s Kachemak Bay as focus for habitat initiative Designation part of watershed effort to rebuild fisheries, improve coastal habitat NOAA is designating Kachemak Bay, Alaska, as its next Habitat Focus Area. Kachemak Bay, located in southern Cook Inlet, is valuable for its recreational, subsistence, and commercial fishing, marine transportation, tourism, and threatened and [...]

NOAA selects Alaska’s Kachemak Bay as focus for habitat initiative2020-03-07T05:11:25-09:00

Humpback Whales Bubble Net Feeding in Alaska

2020-03-07T05:11:26-09:00

Bubble Net Feeding by Humpback Whales in Alaska Bubble Net Feeding in Alaska Occasionally, humpback whales in Southeast Alaska will feed in coordinated groups using bubbles to trap fish at the water’s surface. This behavior is known as bubble net feeding. Bubble net feeding involves anywhere from 4-20 whales all working together to herd schooling [...]

Humpback Whales Bubble Net Feeding in Alaska2020-03-07T05:11:26-09:00