Spring in Alaska – Bald Eagles Nesting

Spring in Alaska - Bald Eagles Nesting

Spring in Alaska – Bald Eagles Nesting Spring in Alaska means nesting eagles. Nesting eagles means eaglets, the tiny gray furballs born every May to lucky adult bald eagles. The bald eagle was named by American colonists at a time when bald (or ‘balled’) meant white, not hairless. From birth to adulthood, it takes three […]

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon

Salmon season has begun in Alaska, and the King (Chinook), Chum (Keta), Silver (Coho), Pink (Humpy), and Red (Sockeye) are the salmon species most frequently targeted in freshwater and saltwater sport fisheries. Starting in May and June with King Salmon, June and July are good are good times for Reds, while Pinks & Chum have […]