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Nature Sketching with Sea Wolf Adventures Guest Artist Kathy Hocker

There has never been a better time to turn to the healing powers of nature.  One of the many ways you can do this is through the practice of nature sketching.  Nature sketching can provide many benefits to our lives.  Carving out time for quiet contemplation, honing sustained concentration and being...

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Fresh wild Alaskan salmon topped with nettle pesto and licorice fern birch syrup candied parsnips

Sea Wolf Adventures takes its’ food seriously.  Sustainably harvested from ocean, forest and garden and lovingly prepared and delivered right to the plates of our Sea Wolf guests.  This week Chef Dave shows us how he harvests licorice fern near a Juneau waterfall and infuses it into a reduced ...

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Exploring Glacier Bay in May, Day 4

Join Sea Wolf Adventures naturalist Sean Neilson on Day 4 of his family exploration of the west arm in Glacier Bay National Park.  It starts off with a bang – with a special wildlife sighting at 6am as they cruise from their overnight anchorage near Russell Island to the stunning Johns Hopkins...

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Exploring Glacier Bay in May, Days 1-3

Glacier Bay in May is a truly magical time to explore this special wilderness.  The experience can be birding paradise as the lengthening days bring birds north from all over the world. Even if you aren’t a birder, you cannot help but to marvel at their abundance.  Brown and black bears have e...

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Nutritious and Delicious Stinging Nettles Pesto

Stinging nettles (Urtica dioica) are one of the most cherished springtime wild harvest foods in Southeast Alaska.  Not only do they offer a variety of vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and amino acids but they are also absolutely one of the most delicious wild edibles around. They taste something in ...