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Meeting calms fears on fire

...are getting longer, the humidity in increasing, and rain and generally moister conditions are likely," he added. Jim Hall, deputy refuge manager for the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, used the public meeting to explain the concerted effort...

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Skilak recreation area not lacking in opportunities

Jim Hall, deputy manager of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, examines the log book from the porch of the Upper Ohmer Lake Cabin last...

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Weather makes lakes, roads hazardous for Refuge users

...gave me a ride home. The next day I gathered up equipment and help. One of our maintenance men Al O'Guinn, my boss Jim Hall and I headed out to Hidden Lake to retrieve my patrol truck. On the way I received a call on my cell phone from one of...

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Outdoors
Bear vs. dog: Encounters continue

...said. As for the bear, the Millingtons informed personnel at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge of the incident, and Jim Hall, deputy refuge manager, said staff was sent out immediately to recover the bear?s corpse, but it was not found dead...

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New forest, just add fire

...for altering habitat. We can do more, per acre, with fire than any other habitat management tool we have,? said Jim Hall, deputy refuge manager. As evidence Hall points to the nearby Mystery Creek area, where prescribed fires in the late 1980s...

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Good customer service keeps people coming back

...customer service is the No. 1 reason most of us go back and keep going back to their business. So to all business's that has customers, clients, patients and patrons be kind, respectful and patient and they will be back. Jim Hall Kenai

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Kids get taste of wildlife refuge, literally

...a moose print. And further down the trail two kids turned up another moose print. Back at the Keen Eye Trail head, Jim Hall, assistant refuge manager, demonstrated the important role stone tools played in establishing civilization. Part Cherokee...

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Environmental report says proposed project could hurt wildlife

...fear that a 200-wide clearing would further fragment the refuge, which already is bisected by the Sterling Highway. Jim Hall, assistant refuge manager, said the line could hamper efforts to ignite controlled burns that create habitat for moose...

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Saying goodbye to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

...lands and critters of the Kenai refuge will still be here for his grandchildren to enjoy when they grow up. Farewell! Jim Hall and his wife, Elaine, moved to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge in 2000 from St. Catherine Creek National Wildlife...

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Outdoors
Refuge areas open for Snowmachining

...snow machine before heading on to the Refuge areas that have been recently opened for public use. Deputy Refuge Manager Jim Hall has announced that portions of Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (KNWR) are open to snowmachine use effective as of Christmas...

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