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Thousands descend on Soldotna for annual Progress Days festivities

...long line to go again. Just after 2 p.m., a juvenile eagle named Sparky was released by Alaska TLC, a bird treatment and learning center organization from Anchorage. At least 200 people watched a white box burst open as the mottled eagle took...

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Photo feature: Grounded

...alongside Kalifornsky Beach Road on Wednesday afternoon. The bird, likely a year old, was sent to the Bird Treatment and Learning Center in Anchorage for evaluation. Eskelin said it was eating well, but noted that its wing was badly damaged...

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What should I do if I find a baby bird?

This is the time of the year when the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge starts receiving calls from the public about injured or abandoned baby birds and nestlings.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/061110/out_652292112.shtml
Spring has sprung, at least for migrating birds on the Kenai Peninsula

Spring is in the air! Our resident birds are beginning their mating behaviors -- woodpeckers drumming on tree trunks, owls hooting in showy cadences and bald eagles pairing up in cottonwood trees. The first of the migrants, elegant white trumpeter swans, have arrived at the outlets of Kenai and Skilak Lakes.

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Outdoors
Baby bird care: Knowing when to help and when to stay away

The warmer weather, longer days and the quick snowmelt is a good indication that spring is just around the corner. It?s also the time of the year when the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge starts receiving calls from the public about injured or abandoned baby birds and nestlings.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/042707/outdoors_0427out002.shtml
Outdoors
Look hoo's here: As springtime blossoms, so too does owl activity

...arrival is timed just right. The owl is one of several that is cared for by volunteers and workers with the Bird Treatment and Learning Center, an Anchorage-based bird rehabilitation and education center that spends a lot of time at area schools...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/041511/out_815357375.shtml
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Kenai National Wildlife Refuge celebrates 70 years of conservation with outdoor family fun...

...walks and insect safaris. Kids got to see a live golden eagle and great gray owl up close thanks to the Bird Treatment and Learning Center who came down for the event from Anchorage and actually operate water shooting fire fighting equipment...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2011-10-12/kenai-national-wildlife-refuge-c
Dispatch
TLC releases eagle

For the second year thanks to the Bird Treatment and Learning Center (TLC) in Anchorage hundreds of Progress Days visitors from all over the world were allowed to experience an eagle being returned...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/dispatch/2012-08-08/tlc-releases-eagle
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Running and Rocking at the River Fest

...Association's rod and reel giveaway and Keen Eye Bird Club's build your own bird house booth. Anchorage's Bird Treatment and Learning Center will also be present with live raptors in tow. "It's going to be really, really fun for the kids this...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/061010/pul_651702052.shtml
Great horned owl with broken wing rescued

...surgery. Era Aviation stored the bird in a medium-sized dog kennel during its flight to Anchorage's Bird Treatment and Learning Center, according to the carrier. Volunteer Christine Maack said that the bird underwent surgery to repair the...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/082710/new_701069660.shtml
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