Native Flora and Fauna of Alaska

Indigenous Flora and Fauna of Alaska In Alaska, there is an abundance of flora and fauna. And there are a handful of reasons for that; this region is a major migration point for many species to find ample supply of food source, negate predators or inhospitable conditions, give birth, and to raise their young. Some species visit for a short amount of time, others migrate to [...]

2024-07-07T13:25:43-07:00By |Alaska Adventures, Alaska Flora and Fauna, Wildlife|

Fungi and the Forest Floor

Mushrooms: Cluster of mushrooms on forest floor Not quite a plant, mushrooms belong in their own family: fungus. In fact, mushrooms are more common to animals than they are to plants! Fungi grow all over the world and come and many shapes and sizes. Mushrooms are the result of the spores of a fungi fruiting. They come in all shapes and sizes in all sorts of ecological environments, but [...]

Gold Mint Trail

Gold Mint Trail Hatcher's Pass is full of hiking opportunities. The variety of terrain and accessibility to the backcountry of the Talkeetna Mountains will have you yearning for more with each visit. Some days have an abundance of time and resources, and others you may just have an afternoon to spare. During a summer day in the Mat-Su Valley we chose to keep the logistics simple and embark as a group [...]

Why We Love the Alaska Moose

Why We Love the Alaska Moose The Alaska moose is found in abundance across the last frontier. From the Southeastern regions to the northern territories there are about 175,000 to 200,000 moose scattered across the 49th state. If you are exploring the state, chances are you will have a moose encounter or sighting. These mammals typically travel in solitude or with their young, and rarely in herds. Gaining knowledge on their [...]

Behavior of Seals in Alaska

Behavior of Seals in Alaska Seals love the cool and bountiful coastal waters of Alaska A deep sense of immensity and connection reaches you the first time your eyes travel over the shorelines, fjords, bays, or sounds of Alaska.  All the elements are connected here. Each life form supports another. Some stand out more than others, making their presence more aware to us, giving us clues as to our [...]

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