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Refuge Notebook: What do caribou and wood bison have in common?

...considered a success. The Killey River, Kenai Mountain and Fox River herds provide hunting opportunities, and the Kenai Lowland herd provides wildlife viewing opportunities for residents and tourists during several months of the year.As you...

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Time to slow down and give caribou a break

...of the 130 or so caribou of the Kenai Lowland herd. Caribou are commonly seen...recognized on the peninsula, the Kenai Lowland herd is the only one that does...establishment of the Kenai Mountain and Kenai Lowland herds, respectively. Additional...

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Why did the caribou cross the road?: Refuge Notebook

...first used GPS collars on the Kenai Lowland Herd in November 2000. We programmed...documenting home ranges for the Kenai Lowland Herd as well as determining the...with Bridge Access Road. While Kenai Lowland caribou are frequently observed...

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Peninsula Clarion - Outdoors

...relicts of the ice sheets that extended out across the Kenai lowland and filled Kachemak Bay, and locally merged with even...Harding Icefield and the Alaska Range to cover up the Kenai lowland and the broad river valley to the west that was the...

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Kenai Lowlands provide marginal habitat for expanding marten

...are removing primarily younger, surplus individuals. While marten have re-colonized many areas of the western Kenai, lowland populations remain sparse and potentially vulnerable to over-harvest and climatic variation. Although marten distribution...

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Drivers should exercise caution as caribou move to calving grounds

...and 12 females. In '66 there were 29 additional caribou released at Watson Lake, three males and 26 females. The Kenai Lowland herd and the Kenai Mountains herd grew from these releases," he said. While sighting caribou can be a special treat...

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