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- 2003: Evergreen Blueberries and Huckleberries?
- 2003: Trumpeter Swans
- 2003: Some Bird Observations
- 2003: Riverside Raven
- 2003: Remains of a Bird
- 2007: 7 February Photos: Clouds
- 2008: Lichen (Cladonia sp)
- 2008: 7 February Photos: Swan Lake and O'Connell Bridge
- 2011: Thimbleberry Lake to Heart Lake
- 2012: Odd Cormorant
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- The winter quarter bird report for Southeast Alaska is available from the Juneau Audubon website. juneau-audubon-society.org/Birds/Reports/… (1.7mb download) 9 months ago
- Rick and Jen shared some nice photos of river otters from the east side at Baranof Warm Springs. rickandjensblog.blogspot.com/2015/04/river-… 10 months ago
- Much warmer than normal in the Gulf of Alaska this year. Seems like it must have played a role in our warm winter. earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?… 10 months ago
Category Archives: winter
This entry is part 120 of 133 in the series 2011 PhotojournalPartial clearing made for some interesting views while Connor, Rowan, and I walked over to UAS this afternoon.
This entry is part 41 of 133 in the series 2011 PhotojournalTemperatures remained quite cold, but winds diminished significantly by later this afternoon. It was interesting to see all the polished ice intermixed with thin patches of wind sculpted snow. … Continue reading
This entry is part 11 of 133 in the series 2011 PhotojournalMy primary impression of winters in Sitka is not so much shaped by cold temperatures or the amount of snow that falls, but rather what happens in the days … Continue reading
There are two primary winter weather patterns that we see in Sitka. When high pressure builds over Canada, it will sometimes spill out over the coast mountains and push into the Gulf of Alaska. Winds are typically out of the … Continue reading
I was once told by someone originally from Anchorage that it was darker here (in Sitka) in the winter than in Anchorage. My first response was to say that didn’t make any sense – Sitka is significantly further south than … Continue reading
Temperatures overnight were below freezing, but not by a lot, so I thought it was interesting to find there was still quite a bit of ice on Crescent Bay even into the afternoon.