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Mosquitos

The state bird of Alaska, profiled in the Alaska Dispatch News: there are about 17.5 trillion of them. Read the whole article to find the answer to the question: Is the biomass of mosquitoes on the North Slope larger than … Continue reading

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Twilight in Alaska

Here’s what’s so weird about living in Alaska. It’s late, and I’m tired, and I look out the window and the sun hasn’t even set yet!

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Summer is for Spreading Seeds

The lot down the street is covered with vines like this one: So when my eldest child and I took a walk this evening, we ended up throwing gourds to watch them break open and scatter their contents across the … Continue reading

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