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...coverage of Southeast communities. In our first month, we've offered readers cover stories on the wolves of the Alexander Archipelago, winter caretaking in Warm Springs Bay, Tlingit elder Paul Marks, and the late Alaska historian Pat Roppel...
Wolves of the Alexander Archipelago

The wolves of the Alexander Archipelago are mysterious; scientists...Edward Goldman described the Alexander Archipelago wolf as smaller, with shorter...which could lead to the Alexander Archipelago wolf gaining subspecies status...
Fireside talk: Alexander Archipelago Wolves

...Service biologist Brian Logan will speak about Alexander Archipelago wolves this evening at Mendenhall Glacier Visitor...and physical characteristics that differentiate Alexander Archipelago wolves from other populations."One difference...
Arts calendar

...30 and 8 p.m., Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center. Forest Service biologist Brian Logan will speak about Alexander Archipelago wolves. Free and open to the public. Sound and Motion: Climbing in the Arrigetch, 7-8 p.m., UAS Rec...
2015 Fireside lectures begin today

...Forest Service biologist Brian Logan will speak on Alexander Archipelago wolves. "Wolves in Southeast Alaska are a topic...said. He'll talk about the natural history of Alexander Archipelago wolves in Southeast Alaska, as well as the Forest...
Off the Beaten Path: Not just a pretty pelt: marten in Southeast Alaska

...caurina). American marten extend all over Alaska, wherever there are conifers, including several islands in Alexander Archipelago. Pacific marten, according to ADFG, are only known to exist on the islands of Vancouver, Queen Charlotte, Kuiu...
Fireside Lectures begin Friday

...about marine debris adrift on the Pacific Ocean. Jan. 30, Forest Service biologist Brian Logan will discuss Alexander Archipelago wolves.The Fireside Lecture series has run continuously since 1962 when the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center...
Analysis: Southeast wolves aren't subspecies

...Resources and Extension, said his findings are "noteworthy" because of efforts by environmental groups to list the Alexander Archipelago wolf and other wolves on Prince of Wales Island as an endangered subspecies. The wolves are currently being considered...
My Turn: Protection for wolves indirect, speculative

...harvest will threaten wolf population viability on Prince of Wales Island (Game Unit 2). The newly named "Alexander Archipelago Wolf" is allegedly a subspecies of the timber wolf, which the environmentalists want listed under the Endangered...
Fireside Lectures return

...used today much as it was in ancient times." Other talks in the 2015 lineup focus on last year's jokulhlaup, Alexander Archipelago wolves, Antarctic seals, the Princess Sophia wreck, climate change and a necropsy of a humpback whale found...


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