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Murkowski supports tourism

...legislation to allow the Alaska Railroad to increase train service to that destination. She also obtained funding to improve Brooks Camp, the headquarters for the Katmai National Park and Preserve. Closer to home she helped create the Kenai Mountains-Turnagain...

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Opinion
Where is Mason McLeod? Family of missing Florida man keeps on searching

...cruise to Alaska with his parents. He got a job at remote Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park and Preserve, where he spent...with it. Somehow, his dad says, that makes sense. At Brooks Camp, he grew an Alaska-worthy beard. He learned to play...

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The other bear market: Cries for regulation increase as bruin viewing rapidly gains popularity

...reported 71,000 visitors last summer, up from 43,000 in 1997, without a serious incident. Visitors at Katmai's Brooks Camp are allowed to basically wander freely among salmon-feeding bears. The last injury was reported in 1991 when a seasonal...

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Kenai Peninsula Online - Alaska Newspaper -

...Alaska, two at McNeil River (early June, 1990 as tourists and late August, 2003 as Alaska residents), and one at Brooks Camp in Katmai National Park (July 2004). For most people in the Lower 48 and elsewhere in the world interested in viewing...

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