Out There is a monthly segment from WTIP volunteer and commentator Shelby Gonzalez.
Lake Superior diver Mark Wick tells stories of steamship America, which sank off Isle Royale nearly 100 years ago-
Matthew Brown visited with diver Mark Wick Oct. 26 about the steamship America. His third cousin was first mate on the ship when it sank off Isle Royale after hitting a submerged reef; everyone aboard was saved. The wreck is a popular dive site today, as it is in fairly protected water, and the bow is just a few feet from the surface. Mark speaks at this year's Gales of November conference in Duluth, Nov. 2 & 3.
Not so long ago, northern Minnesota forests offered endless room to roam.
Deane Morrison is a science writer at the University of Minnesota, where she authors the Minnesota Starwatch column.
In the world of television hunting shows, the hero always gets his deer. Most often we see footage of the mighty stag prancing around near the hunter’s stand like a cow in a pasture.
Why is Antarctic ice growing if the planet is warming? Scientist from Nat'l. Snow & Ice Data Center explains-
Walt Meier, research scientist at the National Snow & Ice Data Center at the U of CO, Boulder, joined Buck Oct. 12 to help explain how it is that ice cover in Antarctica is growing, even as Arctic ice is melting and the planet is warming.
Otters are painting at the Great Lakes Aquarium! Bob chatted recently with Tara Lieberg, otter keeper at the aquarium in Duluth, about how the otters, Zhoosh & Anang, are making art with childrens' finger paints. Their paintings are for sale at the aquarium and online.