I have a confession. I am terrible with remembering people's names.
It's that time of year again when we look forward to the New Year, look back at happenings from the past year, or steel our resolve to stop a vice or start building new character.
The end of 2011 will mark my first full year as the new manager of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Since this is my second tenure at the Refuge, the first as a wildlife biologist from 1988 to 1992, many of you have asked how things have changed over the last 20 or so years.
...cautious of bears, even if you don?t see any signs of bear activity,? said Jim Hall, deputy manager at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. Bears must eat constantly during spring, summer and fall, gorging themselves so they will have enough...
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