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On going wild

...of the Sterling Highway. "That's one of the best places to see sockeye running," said Morton of Hidden Creek. Ken Marlow, a local birding expert, said that the Skilak Lake area is also a good place to catch glimpses of many avian species...
Birders flock to Kenai festival the scopes here and the bird book here and anyone who wants to come see birds can scope things out here," said Ken Marlow, a birder and organizer of the festival. Marlow, in his camouflage jacket and hat, looks pretty serious about bird...
19th Annual Kenai River Festival draws thousands to Soldotna Creek Park

...pieces and pre-drilling all these houses and we appreciate their help and SBS for supplying the materials," said Ken Marlow of the Keen-Eye Birders. Another popular booth was the Kenai River Sportfishing Assoc. Hook-A-Kid on Fishing...
Wildlife guide highlights peninsula

...we are looking forward to seeing grow over the years." Renken said she initially approached Tarbox and lodge-owner Ken Marlow on putting together a Kenai birding guide until Karla Hart, watchable wildlife coordinator for Fish and Game, told...
The bird's the thing: Local, visiting birders share their stories, strategies at inaugural winter festival

...avian critter off of their "life list," a compilation of species they have personally sighted during their lifetime. Ken Marlow has been birding since he was a small boy living in Deer River, Minn., and as a professional birding guide has encountered...

...sockeye running," Morton said. Birdwatchers can also visit the Skilak Lake area to catch glimpses of many species. Ken Marlow, a local birding expert, said that the Moose River, where trumpeter swans gather in the fall, in another good place...
Kenai Birding Festival: a great winter 'first'

...and enjoy the birds in your own back yard. 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. -- The Basics of Beginning Birding with Ken Marlow will take new birders through the first steps of getting out in to the field and enjoying our local feathered friends...
Counting our Fine Feathered Friends

...They meet about once a month on a Sunday afternoon and a good contact to learn more about the club is Ken Tarbox, Ken Marlow or Linda Story. There will be a four day bird count coming up in February called the Great Back Yard Bird Count and...
River runs through festival

...appreciation for wildlife and nature when young, and we want to do what we can to continue to cultivate that,? said Ken Marlow, a Keen Eye Birder assisting with the clinic. Nancy Munoz of Soldotna said her 6-year-old grandson, Jace Munoz, enjoyed...


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