Bird biologist Jim Johnson says there’s broader evidence that the nomadic turkey vulture is expanding north.
The review could result in polar bears being “uplisted” to endangered, with further protections, or de-listed altogether.
Almost 800,000 people voted this year as their favorite bears at Katmai National Park packed on the pounds for winter — over 100,000 more voters than last year.
An “off-the-shelf” look implies the trash was dumped recently and close to the shore.
The WWF and British Antarctic Survey are hoping to track the number of Atlantic and Laptev walruses over five years to find out how much climate change may be affecting them.
Alaskans shouldn’t read too much into the early season cold temperatures and snowfall.
Maine’s population of rare Atlantic puffins took a hit this year, as the number of chicks to survive a tough summer plummeted.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks has moved the “Into the Wild” bus to a UAF engineering building lab for repairs.
The format — short videos, catchy music — is a palatable package for educational content.
The beloved gas stove has become a focal point in a fight over whether gas should even exist in the 35% of U.S. homes that cook with it.