Spring

This is a male flower. The red things are anthers. When the anthers are mature, they will break open (dehisce), and the pollen will come out.

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Living in Bear Country

All Ages Program Do you worry about hiking, running, or camping in bear country? Naturalist Beth Baker will discuss ways to stay safe and how to avoid attracting bears, as

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Eagle River Brown Bears Prompt Schools Safety Advisory

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is aware of a brown bear sow and three cubs frequenting Eagle River neighborhoods on both sides of the river, particularly from West Parkview Terrace to Banff Springs Street. Parents who have children walking to neighborhood elementary, middle, and high schools or standing at school bus stops should take precautions including considering providing alternate transportation to schools to avoid students walking through neighborhoods in early morning or evening hours.

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Advisory: Wildlife Sighting Calls Increase; Here’s What You Need To Know

Advisory from the Anchorage Police Department and Alaska Department of Fish and Game - Reporting all wildlife sightings to 911 not necessary.

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Brown Bears, & Black Bears, Oh My!

Living in Alaska, at some point you will see a bear, but even if you don’t you will never be far from one. Did you know? Alaska is the only

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