The beaches along Round Island, Alaska are the preferred haul-out zone for thousands of summering walruses. Diane Johnson volunteered with Alaska Fish and Game on the remote island this summer and gives a unique perspective from the cliffs and beaches.
Project Puffin’s Seal Island Research Supervisor Keenan Yakola has spent the summer in the field, grubbing chicks, counting eggs, maintaining the Live Cams, and hopping on the Puffin and Guillemot Burrow comment boards to chat and answer your questions. Now he’ll be answering your questions in front of the camera, live from Seal Island Thursday,
Thank you so much for participating in this Caption Contest with a hilarious photo provided by Service Dog Project! We got such an overwhelmingly amazing response from you that we had to pick several captions out of the hundreds of entries. Congratulations, winners! Bruce: Having fun dancing like no one is watching…<3 Angie: Those chihuahuas
Saint Francis Service Dogs places service dogs with children and adults living with disabilities, allowing the recipients to become more independent and self-sufficient. The organization partners with the Virginia Department of Corrections and a medium-security men’s prison where inmates raise and train the dogs.