June 27, 2012
With the help of contributors and guest authors I'll feature our projects and the beautiful places in which we live and work. We strive to have local residents, Park visitors, and others interested in our work feel involved with what we do, so please feel free to let us know what you would like to hear more about. We welcome your feedback.
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Did You Know?
A frog that lives in Kobuk Valley National Park spends the winter as an ice cube. In the fall, the Wood Frog burrows under leaves on the forest floor. Its temperature drops to 20° F or lower until spring, at which point it thaws out and goes on its way.