Category: The CorvidEYE

Video: Bear in mind, spring is here!

Trailcam videographer Hugh Bevan has a knack for reminding us that spring is not just about herring and sunshine — local brown bears are perking up. In this “highlight reel” from the past five years, Bevan captures bears at their best: Roaming the wild country around Sitka completely undisturbed by the concealed trailcam.

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A play date for June

Landscape architect Monique Anderson stands by as excavators prep the site of Sitka’s new community playground. One of the three tennis courts is coming out in order to make room for the fully-accessible design, which will come to over $800,000 when it’s completed in mid-June. The project is 90-percent funded by grants from the Rasmuson Foundation, the US Land & Water Conservation Fund, and private donations. Sitka’s cash outlay will only be around $50,000.

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On the (tiny) home stretch

Three years in the making, the “Tongass Tiny Home” demonstrates the feasibility and beauty of using locally-sourced second-growth materials in home construction. There will be an open house and tours, 4-7 p.m. Thursday, January 18, at Sitka High School.

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