I know that we have all the ducks and geese we need in Anchorage, along with moose and bears and eagles, to name just a few. But I’ve always thought they were part of what makes Anchorage different from every other American city of its size and age.
Back East, cities don’t share their sidewalks with wildlife – at least, not by the definition we attach to that word. They are cities that grew up before cars and tend to have large and vibrant centers with massive buildings that create their own modern canyons for walking. Nature, if found atContinue reading →