Severe erosion at the Nome River mouth has cost Rita Hukill and her family most of their land at their campsite at Fort Davis.
Places like Ketchikan, Wrangell and as far north as Juneau are still in “moderate drought.”
Frantic efforts to save the wrong-turn birds from harsh cold.
Lenny didn’t have a wound on him but hasn’t been the same since, his owner says.
After a decade of heavy erosion, a lake in the Bristol Bay village of Port Heiden finally breached, sending water gushing into the bay.
Biologists say they’ve been unable to confirm several reported sightings, including one from a resident who’s sure a cougar showed up in his yard.
Thawing sea ice may have opened the door, allowing the infection to cross oceans, a new study suggests.
The ice may look solid, but emergency officials are warning Yukoners to be wary. M.A. Chartrand learned that the hard way last week.
As much of the Lower 48 braces for frigid weather, Anchorage-area temperatures have run some 13 degrees above normal so far this month.
The man was walking his dogs on a well-used trail when he came across a sow with two cubs, a Fish and Game assistant area wildlife biologist said.
Aerial surveys this September and October show the bowheads aren’t where they usually are.
The oval ice formations created by wave action were piled up on a Hailuoto beach.
Danny Foster and Mike Hawley of Kivalina were ice fishing outside of town when they came upon something they’d never seen before. Incidentally, similar ice balls or ice eggs were reported on an ocean beach in Finland on the same day.
Researchers in Kurils Nature Reserve confirm no less than 10% of the bear population has a distinctive silver coat.
“I could hardly believe my eyes,” said Ingólfur Sveinsson, resident of the Skagi peninsula.
Draining of Goldfish Lake brings memories, loss of community landmark and many emotions.
A blob menacing Hawaii is now visible from space. A massive heatwave in the Pacific Ocean is killing off coral. Satellites are capturing the destruction so that scientists can learn how to rebuild the reefs.
This is one of just a small number of Blue Jay sightings recorded on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.