Outdoors

Similar to a home movie, the bear moves the camera again and again and and finally gets the perfect final shot.

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Some Kenai River dipnetting "experts" said to go before or after low tide. Others said go before or after high tide. The best advice came from a guy who must have studied at the feet of Yogi Berra. He said it’s best to go whenever the fish are running.

Dermot Cole
Prize money for the main event, the Kusko 300, will top $130,000.Lisa Demer

Summer on Kodiak Island, the nation's second-largest island, reveals a striking alpine landscape, rugged beaches, lush coastal land, and an active fishing city.

Marc Lester
The Alaska Division of Wildlife Conservation is warning Anchorage outdoor recreationists to keep a watchful eye out for bears as salmon spawn in Campbell Creek.  Megan Edge
GPS and other data collected during a June climb of Denali is being analyzed with a goal of determining a new summit altitude by late August.Associated Press

Recently uploaded footage from the Associated Press Archive shows the infamous July 30, 1994 mauling of an Australian tourist by Binky, a polar bear housed at the Alaska Zoo. 

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Ten new interpretive signs are in place to help explain the impact of the 1964 earthquake on that part of Anchorage, especially the massive earth slide that stretched for about a mile.Mike Campbell

The Inside the Slide Trail lies within the maze of social trails at Earthquake Park.  It’s a half-mile long and just freshened up by Youth Employment in Parks (YEP) with 10 new interpretive signs explaining the impact of the 1964 earthquake on that part of west Anchorage, especially the massive earth slide that stretched for about a mile.   

Mike Campbell
A look at outdoors events happening this week.Alaska Dispatch News