European Honey Bee a.k.a Western Honey Bee (apis mellifera) spotted with 2 feet of snow still on the ground.
Wild roses typically bloom in June and July, and go dormant when temperatures drop in the fall and winter.
Wild roses usually bloom in May and June, but warm fall temperatures may have signaled roses in Fairbanks to bloom later than usual.
These berries were on a south slope in a recently burned area. Seems early to me!
During a summer of unusually warm temperatures, highbush cranberries (Viburnum edule) are blooming, using buds that would have normally bloomed next spring.
In the earliest breakup since the contest began in 1917, the Nenana Ice Classic Tripod fell early this morning.
This morning I heard and saw a robin in Fairbanks right near the fairgrounds. I have lived in Fairbanks for more than 30 years and have never seen a robin this early!
Warm air temperatures have melted the snow, leaving the soil without the insulation that snowcover usually provides.
NENANA — Early warm spring weather is adding a lot of excitement to the Nenana Ice Classic this year, resulting in a surge of last-minute ticket sales.
Front page of the Daily News-Miner documents a late blooming rose during a colder than average August.
Fairbanks rose bush blooming in early September, 2017.
FAIRBANKS - A windstorm knocked out power to thousands of people from North Pole to Nenana on Sunday, according to the Golden Valley Electric Association.
Little early for blueberry to be ripe.
In Two Rivers,at a time when the outside air’s temperature has not been above freezing since October — three butterflies living in a heated garage.