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Refuge Notebook: Kenai Refuge sponsors first Game Warden Camp for Youth

...for May 3-4. For more information, please contact Kelly Modla at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge at 262-7021 to obtain a registration packet. Registration closes May 1.Kelly Modla is a law enforcement officer at Kenai National Wildlife...
Playing outside: 42 kids learn how to be game wardens during new wildlife refuge program

...Editor's note: This story has been corrected to reflect Kelly Modla's title as a Federal Wildlife Officer. The sun beat...Fairbanks, Togiak, Dillingham, King Salmon and Homer. Kelly Modla, Federal Wildlife Officer from Fish and Wildlife, organized...
Around the Peninsula

...Visitors and Cultural Center will hold three summer interpretive programs this week. On Monday, wildlife biologist Kelly Modla will present "Skulls and Bones: Animals of the Kenai Peninsula," from 4 until 6 p.m. Wednesday, Hobo Jim will...
Mystery Creek road to close

...typical of the season and will likely extend through August 2014. The closure will begin at 12:01 a.m. Sunday. Kelly Modla, federal wildlife officer, said typically the people who are using the road this time of year are hunters and as the...
Refuge readies for trapping season, hosts workshops

...are welcome to attend as many times as you'd like to stay current on trapping techniques and Refuge regulations. Kelly Modla is a law enforcement officer at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. You can find more information about the Refuge...
Don't stick that feather in your cap: bald eagle basics

...addressed to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Migratory Bird Permit Office in Anchorage at (907) 786-3693. Kelly Modla has been a Refuge Officer at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge for 10 years. She lives with her family in Soldotna...
Around the Peninsula

...encouraged to sign up sponsors to pledge donations to Special Olympics. For more information in Kenai, call officer Kelly Modla at 262-7021, or in Homer, call Sgt. Dave Shealy at (907) 235-3150. Class of '95 reunion slated Skyview High...
Support makes for successful game warden camp

This past weekend, the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge hosted the 2015 Youth Game Warden camp. Forty 4th-, 5th-, and 6th-graders met and learned about the interesting job of a game warden. This interactive camp included wildlife forensics, GPS/map and compass, archery, fishery and wildlife management techniques, antlers and duck identification, wildlife decoys, meeting canine officer 'Rex,' Redman fun, boating safety, air rifle shooting, and interactive field contacts with game wardens.
Refuge Notebook: Learning to be a game warden

...National Park Service, and the local chapter of 4-H. 2016 is just around the corner ... got to get planning. Kelly Modla is a law enforcement officer at the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Find more information at http://www.fws...
Support piques interest in wildlife careers

This past weekend the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge hosted a youth game warden camp. We had a full camp of 4th and 5th graders who learned about our local fish and wildlife and the regulations in place to conserve them, were introduced to wildlife forensics, met and worked with our Canine Officer 'Rex' and watched him do his job, navigated the woods with GPS units, and participated in archery, boating safety, and fitness.


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