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Historical observations of highways, fire and moose

...continue to play the major role in maintaining it. Gary Titus has been a Law Enforcement Officer, Backcountry Ranger, Cabin Manager, and Historian at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge since 2000. He has been hiking on the Kenai at every available...

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Refuge trapper from 1911 violated many game laws

Animal trapping is perhaps one of the first methods of hunting. Traps were used by central European people to hunt mammoths thousands of years ago.

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Grizzly 1915 death reminds author of his own narrow escape

The sudden appearance of a large grizzly and her newborn cub turned an early summer hike into a hike for survival. It all started one cloudy day, June 13, 2001. As a reward for a long day of working on my cabin at Twin Lakes across Cook Inlet, my companion and I were enjoying a day of hiking and watching Dall sheep. The climb up the mountain behind the cabin, started on an old hunting trail now seldom used by hunters but mostly traveled by game animals, was uneventful.

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