A newborn moose calf found alone in the woods – or even in your backyard – can appear helpless and abandoned. But don’t be fooled. Destitute as those big-eyed calves may seem, a protective mother is almost always nearby. Newborn moose calves, deer fawns, and tiny bear cubs are already being seen in Alaska, […]
Sterling Hwy is open with pilot cars leading 1 lane traffic. Travel from mile 53-71 is discouraged. Use headlights. Expect delays
The Sterling Highway is currently open in one direction at a time using pilot cars in the area of mile 53-71 due to fire crews and heavy smoke. Please avoid travel in this area if possible. Use headlights at all times and expect delays.
STERLING HWY is temporarily closed between MPs 55-73 for firefighting operations. Expect significant delays or avoid
Sterling Highway is temporarily closed to traffic as firefighting operations are being conducted. Motorists should expect significant delays. Alaska State Troopers suggest motorists avoid the area if possible. For highway conditions statewide, visit 511.alaska.gov For wildfire updates statewide, visit akfireinfo.com
(WILLOW) – Alaska’s unusually volatile and prolonged wildfire season this year has extended into hunting season, creating challenges for firefighting crews and hunters alike. Of particular concern are popular game management units along the highway system between Homer and Talkeetna where several wildfires are currently burning even as moose hunting seasons open. “With general-hunt […]