The board has not set a new date or location for the postponed meeting.
Recent bear activity around Haines — including bears peering into shop windows and lumbering down Main Street — caught many by surprise.
Museum staff had secured an electric fence to put up around the 100 year old tree, but it was stolen from the porch the day before.
Salmon counters’ numbers inform decisions about when to open and close commercial fishing.
Anchorage Costco customers have been sharing online stories about ravens stealing groceries. Biologists say the behavior could spread.
Moose didn’t stop crossing the road when the Alaska Moose Federation closed up shop late last year.
A lack of summer tourism means fewer people in Juneau, which could reduce the disincentive for skittish bears to come into town.
The agency will analyze DNA samples from the bears to see if they match evidence collected at the scene of the attack.
The Sitka sac roe herring fishery has shut down early this year, falling 8,330 tons short of this year’s guideline harvest level. This is the fourth time in six years the herring fishery has shut down before meeting the quota.
Pink salmon are showing up in odd places around the Homer area. Fish can be seen swimming through Beluga Slough in the middle of town, a saltwater marsh with no historical salmon returns.