Alaska State Parks Ranger Jack Ransom said his department got three separate reports Thursday and Friday about a large, aggressive black bear on the Tonsina Creek Trail.
Four dogs have been euthanized after contact with rabid foxes.
Now is the time to take down bird feeders, clean up any outdoor food waste and store trash securely.
For the last three to four years, the Skagway Traditional Council has been utilizing a relatively new type of science to study the fish.
Hunters along the lower Kuskokwim River have been reporting an abundance of ptarmigan this year after a relative dearth of the birds in years prior.
The federal ruling affects the eastern Aleutians, Kodiak and Prince Williams Sound as well as the coastlines of Washington, Oregon and California.
The size of king salmon returning to Western Alaska rivers to spawn has been decreasing over the past few decades.
Many of the swans are headed north to Marsh Lake, near Whitehorse, for an extended rest.
Anchorage Costco customers have been sharing online stories about ravens stealing groceries. Biologists say the behavior could spread.
A federal permit allowing Hilcorp to drill in Cook Inlet does not account for the harm vessel noise could pose to endangered belugas there, according to a decision yesterday from a District Court judge.