Weather conditions including drought are effecting vegetation in Punjab and other areas of Pakistan.
Delphiniums (Delphinium glaucum) are still growing late in to the season.
Erosion of Kincaid beach bluffs accelerated compared to previous years.
Fireweed blooming in mid-late September after other plants have gone to seed.
Spruce branch girdling causing discoloration in tree.
Discolored spruce (Picea sitchensis) needles
White, puffy, clouds unusually close to the land.
Prickly rose (Rosa acicularis) plant is blooming when others have gone to hips.
Unusually warm September temperatures.
However, notice some of the new blooms. They are extremely fresh-looking, as if it were the springtime.
Bald eagles (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) disappeared from usual nesting spot.
Small, approachable, deer found with possible broken jaw, discolored saliva, and injury on hindquarter.
Thawing and eroding is destroying river bank, impacting access, threatening infrastructure and causing safety concerns.
I started looking for insects months ago only to find them significantly absent from this area.
The spruce along the highway between mile 157 and 162 show signs of stress, the tips of the branches are orangish and the deep green of the trees are fading.
Heavy spring precipitation leads to strong river flow, sweeping away cabin and fish rack.
Unusual Stellar sea lion (Eumetopias jubatus) sighting in Utqiaġvik.
Wood frog sighted on trail.