Under Logs: The not so hidden wildlife of Southeast Alaska
When one thinks of Southeast Alaskan wildlife the tendency is to imagine the grumbles and crashes of humpback whales, bears, moose and wolves trampling through muskeg and salmon ripping up sloughs and stReam.
But Joshua Ream lives in a different wild. He turns over logs and peers into shallow ponds looking for and documenting native amphibians.
“I chose to work with amphibians here in Alaska because there’s relatively little known about the species we have and a lot of people don’t even realize that they occur here,” Ream said.
Ream, a wildlife biologist is conducting research for h...