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Five Scenes from Arctic Alaska

Arctic tundra of the North Slope of Alaska

The Dalton Highway about one hour south of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska

Arrival at Toolik Lake Station – hunting down our dormitory in the dark and fog… 17 more words


Churchill on Hudson Bay 2017: Parasitic Jaegers at Home

Though jaegers look superficially like a species of gull, they have a quite different lifestyle (can birds have lifestyles?). “Jaeger” is the German word for “hunter” and that is exactly how the Parasitic Jaeger makes its living on the tundra. 1,037 more words

Wildlife Photography

Stoked on Stoat

A return from two months in the Arctic—Svalbard and East Greenland—ought to be brimming with epic tales of polar bear, muskox, blue whales, icebergs the size of apartment blocks. 236 more words

Gina Perry Interviews Debut Author Chana Stiefel about DADDY DEPOT + A DOUBLE-DAD GIVEAWAY!

Hi, Chana! Congrats on your funny and sweet debut, DADDY DEPOT. We both had Dad themed books debuting this year so it’s a treat to interview you! 1,127 more words

Debut Book

A short walk

Last weekend was one of our rare three day weekends. In the whole of the school year we have only this one and the four days for Thanksgiving. 736 more words

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