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Gulls' return signifies the first days of spring

...about Kenai Peninsula gulls? The largest glaucous-winged gull colony in the world...estimated the Kenai Flats gull population to be in...glaucous-winged X herring hybrid gull colony in the world...is the fact that the gulls have returned, the...

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Gulls killed to clear Kenai runway

...manager, said the airport has seen heavy gull activity in June and didn't really know...cause a fire, she said. "With how many gulls we've had they would take off in five...different directions," Bondurant said. "Gulls can be stubborn." Bondurant said the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-07-03/seagulls-shot-down
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Kenai Peninsula gulls are worth a second look

...well as a scattering of Mew Gulls. Gull numbers peak from mid-July...provides opportunities to observe gulls in winter. Though the gull numbers are greatly diminished...Glaucous-winged, Herring, and Mew Gulls. Bonaparte's Gull, Black-legged Kittiwake...

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Feds document seabird loss in North Pacific waters

ANCHORAGE, Alaska - The number of seabirds, including gulls, puffins and auklets, has dropped significantly in the Gulf of Alaska and northeast Bering Sea, a possible consequence of warmer...

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Changes made to personal-use fishery regulations

...chest-deep in was running cool even through neoprene waders, and the only sounds to be heard were the occasional caws and shrieks of gulls behind her, each staking their claim to a salmon head or a bit of fish carcass. It was hard for Staebell to imagine from the...

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Respect nature

...served man again, sweetly, and generously, asking nothing in return just the absolute respect for her, of her. Now,the sea gulls squack, and will swoop down into the low tide, and they will now dine, no reservations necessary. Janet Faulkner Soldotna

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Photo feature: Birds of a feather

Gulls fly in formation through a blue sky above Soldotna recently. The forecast calls for cloudy skies with possible snow. Photo by M. Scott Moon Gulls fly in formation through a blue sky above Soldotna recently. The forecast calls for cloudy skies with possible snow.

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Dipnetting starts slow

...to cut the waste into small pieces before tossing it to a growing flock of nearby seagulls. As they waited for scraps, the gulls fought and squawked. The noise at times grew deafening. "At least we're not wasting it aye?," Horst said. Naylor...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2015-07-11/dipnetting-starts-slow
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Unhinged Alaska: When does spring really arrive?

...now proudly point out northern shovelers, tufted puffins, pigeon guillemots, black-legged kittiwakes, glaucous-winged gulls and common murres along with various visiting raptors and sundry other airborne beasties some of which I still think he makes...

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Refuge Notebook: Spring migration comes to Kenai

...becomes a torrent. Only five days later 300 gulls spiraled high over Cook Inlet and descended...the Kenai River. The next day 2,000 gulls occupied the colony across from the Port...April when no less than 35,000 raucous gulls occupy that crowded piece of real estate...

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