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Refuge opens Caribou Hills area to snowmachines

...west of Trophy Lake. The opening does not extand to any other areas on the refuge. According to Acting Refuge Manager Doug Staller, the Caribou Hills has received significant snowfall, but snow levels in other parts of the refuge are well below...
Trapping, snaring clinic on tap: Groups join forces to educate the community and share knowledge

...trapping 11:10 a.m. -- Diane MacLean, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge n Fur handling and grading 11:30 a.m. -- Doug Staller, Kenai National Wildlife Refuge n Skin Sewing and pattern making Noon -- Outside for lunch and trap set demonstration...
Give your living room a bit of wild at Christmas: Kenai Wildlife Refuge begins annual free tree offer

...Road in Soldotna. While any tree may be taken, the refuge asks that stumps be cut as low to the ground as possible. Doug Staller, deputy manager at the refuge, offered a few pieces of practical advice when choosing a tree. Though there are two...
New deputy refuge manager enjoying the Kenai

...long history of conservation achievements in Alaska, and I am honored to have the opportunity to add to this legacy. Doug Staller is the new deputy refuge manager at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Previous Refuge Notebook articles can be viewed...


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