Activists across Alaska are organizing to protect local watersheds. They met last week in Juneau to compare notes and make plans for future efforts.
A Steller’s Sea Eagle has been seen in downtown Juneau – far afield from its habitat of eastern Russia. Research wildlife biologist Dave Douglas saw the rare eagle Friday morning.
A partially eaten deer found in a Juneau neighborhood on Monday has Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists scratching their heads.
Tulsequah Chief Mine officials are expected to be part of a Taku River task force meeting later this week.
For the sixth time in seven years, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game is projecting a directed commercial fishery for Taku River King salmon in 2012.
After a three month delay, the task force – created in September by Juneau’s legislative delegation to gather facts about the river and possible impacts of Tulsequah Chief Mine redevelopment on the Canadian side of the Taku River watershed – will meet for the first time next week.
A climate action plan, designed to help the City and Borough of Juneau achieve a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, is up for adoption at tonight’s (Monday) Assembly meeting.
The Juneau World Affairs Council hosts a three-day conference titled “the Politics of Global Climate Change.”
Tags record sounds of killer whales searching out their prey
Biologists earlier this month recorded whale song that they were able to attribute to a particular humpback, a male called #1652, in Glacier Bay.