Category Archives: photojournal

Overcast Skies and Green Waters

This morning I woke up to overcast skies- the first in probably at least two weeks. The highest part of many mountain peaks were obscured by the clouds. For some reason a couple of different times when I was pausing … Continue reading

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Low Tide and first Moths

Today was the first low tide that seemed like a good spring tide. It wasn’t all that low at a predicted -1.2 or so, but it occurred in daylight hours in the morning. Rowan likes to search for things at … Continue reading

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Herring Season

Although the first two openings occurred in sight of the road, I did not make it out towards Starrigavan to watch. Today the third opening took place over a large area including Crescent Bay and Middle Channel. I did not … Continue reading

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Documenting Striations

I recently set up some pages and forms to document glacial striations around Sitka. It’s a project suggested by Jim Baichtal, a geologist for the forest service, while he was in town recently. The main intent is to document striations … Continue reading

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Food Web Cruise

Today was the annual WhaleFest fundraiser food web cruise. I’m not sure how long it’s been an annual fundraiser, but I’ve been invited to talk about birds for the past several years. I always enjoy participating on these trips and … Continue reading

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Cumulus Clouds and Gavan Trees

Another day of active cloud formation over the mountains. They were not really moving fast enough for me to observer directly, but I suspect there was more motion than I realized and decided to do a time lapse sequence of … Continue reading

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