I wasn’t on campus yesterday when one of our younger bull elk jumped an eight foot perimeter fence surrounding his enclosure. He found himself face to face with a muskox. The muskox was in his own paddock with his caprine herd-mates looking on. Click for more.
Who said you can't do bear research while in high school? Through a new continuing education program hosted by the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, high school science and math teachers will be offered graduate school credit to teach bear science this Fall. Read more.
What to do with a giant cabbage? Eat it? Show it? How about feed it to an 800 lb grizzly bear? Every year, visitors from around Alaska come to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center to see our executive director, Mike Miller, feed our three adult brown bears some ”leftovers” from the State fair. Read the full story.