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March 24, 2018

As Spring arrives here in Sterling, we have had new and varied visitors at the bird feeder, including the beautiful but shy Pine Grosbeaks. We usually see them come to the feeder as a pair, each taking turns to fly to the feeder for seed and suet.

Research tells me they...

March 13, 2018

As the spring equinox approaches next week, I am reminded of some of the comments I have received regarding my living in Alaska, over the last couple years.  Comments like, “Isn’t it dark up there for 6 months straight?”, and “It must be great having sunlight all the t...

February 6, 2018

Hairy and downy woodpeckers look similar, a vivid black and white with a white stripe down the back. Downy woodpeckers essentially look like miniature hairy woodpeckers but have much shorter bills in proportion to the size of their head. Males of both species have brig...

February 3, 2018

Marmot Day is an Alaskan holiday – our version of Groundhog Day - to celebrate marmots and Alaskan culture. Following a bill, signed by Sarah Palin, Marmot Day became an official holiday on April 18, 2009, and is celebrated on February 2nd each year.

The Alaskan marmot,...

February 1, 2018

I tried a new recipe for dinner last evening – Salmon Croquettes.  It sounds, and looks, rather fancy, but they are easy to make.  I used some of the frozen red salmon that Randy and I caught last summer – of course that makes the difference!

After steaming the sal...

November 19, 2017

We received about 8” of snow here at Kenai Wildlife Cabins overnight and so far today.  This is the first “real” snow, as we have only got dustings of snow to date this season.  As this was the first, I was excited this morning to get out and play around with our new s...

November 19, 2017

Yesterday, on our drive into town, we enjoyed a rare sight – a lynx was sitting in the middle of a snow-covered road.  I recognized it immediately by the distinctive outline.  Alas, we did not get a picture of this particular cat, as it crossed the road and slipped bac...

November 4, 2017

One of my favorite flowers has always been the Lupine.  To my joy, the Kenai Peninsula is filled with them.  Although we have several native Lupine plants on the Kenai Wildlife Cabins property, I am looking to expand and plant more.  Therefore, on a recent hike, I gath...

October 31, 2017

Living in Alaska has afforded me the opportunity to experience wildlife different than I have known to date.  Of course, brown bears, moose and caribou are some of the obvious ones, but there are others I have enjoyed “getting to know”.

My grandmother, Irma, was an avid...