This is the second sighting of muskox in the Middle Kuskokwim, which is outside their known range.
This odd, bright green, bug is a species of sawfly belonging to the family Tenthredinidae.
Warm temperatures are causing birch buds to burst, sending large amounts of pollen in the air. In Chuathbaluk, there was so much pollen, it was visible as a tornado.
Dynamic breakup conditions are causing ice jams and flooding in Kuskokwim river communities, and significantly damaging infrastructure.
The pair were hoisted from 140 feet above, according to Guard officials. Flooding continues to be a concern in the area.
Warm May temperatures are rapidly melting the above-average snowpack in the Kuskokwim Basin. Snowmelt is running in to still-stable river ice, causing ice jams and flooding near Napaimute.
The ice road on the frozen Kuskokwim River has been plowed to its longest length ever: 355 miles. That’s longer than most traditional highways in the state.
The river is so rough in the Upper Kuskokwim area that it is impassable to vehicle and snow machine traffic. Big boulders of snow-covered ice are scattered across the river caused by high water and a late freeze up.
Early breakup brings early arrivals.
The past couple years have been warmer than normal contributing to where the river is still flowing ice and with some of the plants still green.
An enzyme protects squirrels during and after hibernation, and something similar could help people whose hearts shut down, a new study finds.
An unusual minnow with eyes on the top of its head may be a slimy sculpin (Cottus cognatus)
We have had an extremely warm winter, and the river had many open holes that never froze completely.
Mid-January robin sighting in Chuathbaluk.
Early green up following a very mild winter with little snow.
"Our roads are slippery when there would be snow to where the children were out with their sled. Planes never cancelled as much as this year to where the flights were backed up to 3 or 4 days. Lately, we've been seeing grasses regrowing after it warms up out there."
Kuskokwim River flooding causes concern in community
Unusually rainy year for Lower Kalskag this year.
This is the second year in a row that people from Chuathbaluk are able to use boats (skiffs) on the Kuskokwim River in November.
Road dust is unhealthy.