...Selinger said anyone who has a negative encounter with a bear should report where and when it happened to Fish and Game - 907-262-9368 - or the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge - 907-262-7021. "Give them space. Even if you do everything right...
...out on your porch at night and be face to face with a sow." Report in-town bear sightings to Fish and Game at 907-262-9368.Dan Schwartz can be reached at email@example.com.
...wild animals creates a dangerous situation for animals and people. It doesn't help the wild animal, and it's illegal. Concerns and questions about moose or bears can be directed to Fish and Game staff in Soldotna at 907-262-9368.
...trout are all found in area lakes. Contact the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for a list of stocked lakes at 907-262-9368. CROSS-COUNTRY SKIING and SNOWSHOEING trails range from the immaculately groomed close to town, to untamed backcountry...
...million late-run Kenai River sockeye salmon. For more information, contact the Fish and Game Soldotna office at 907-262-9368, or call the Kenai/Kasilof dipnetting hotline at 907-267-2512.
...million late-run Kenai River sockeye salmon. For more information, contact the Fish and Game Soldotna office at 907-262-9368, or call the Kenai/Kasilof dipnetting hotline at 907-267-2512. -- Staff report
...stocked with rainbow trout and landlocked coho salmon. For more information contact Jenny Cope at 907-260-2930 or 907-262-9368. Donate a formal for the prom Soldotna Student Council is collecting gently used formal dresses, shoes and accessories...
...information on safety in bear country, pick up a copy of the free booklet "Living in Harmony with Bears" available at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game office on Kalifornsky Beach Road in Soldotna. To contact them, call 907-262-9368.
...the Fish and Game if a stray calf is in the area for an extended period of time. Fish and Game can be reached at 907-262-9368. Logan Tuttle can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
...owned by the city of Kenai. For more information, contact the Department of Fish and Game office in Soldotna at 907-262-9368, or the Kenai/Kasilof dipnetting hotline at 907-267-2512.
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