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A bad year for eagles in Juneau, expert says

...wildlife biologist who works in the Juneau Raptor Management Office for the U.S. Fish...Waldner, contacted volunteers at the Juneau Raptor Center. The JRC told the group that Scott...arrange for its transportation to the Alaska Raptor Center, in Sitka. Tiernan told Brown...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-07-30/a-bad-year-for-eagles-in-juneau-expe
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Refuge Notebook: Counting moose with drones? Maybe sooner than you think

...substantially reduced while providing a greater safety and increase our abilities to monitor post-burn vegetation changes. Consider raptor nest surveys, wildlife habitat analysis, wildlife roadside interactions, lake shore mapping, and the spatial distribution...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-02-06/refuge-notebook-counting-moose-w
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Signs of spring

...attacks like it has booster rockets under its butt. I've seen the feathered missile take out pheasants that were so large the raptor could have ridden them if he had a saddle. The talon enhanced critter hits hard enough that it could play line backer for the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/community/2013-03-16/signs-of-spring
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Perils of Polly: 'Yes, this is a good stuck'

...area by a hippo pool. In addition to about 20 hippos lounging in the water, the air was filled with kites, a type of small raptor. David warned us not to leave the vehicle to eat because the kites would get our food. But it was just too hot, and we assured...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2013-04-04/perils-of-polly-yes-this-is-a-go
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Eaglets hatched, consumed by mother

KETCHIKAN (AP) -- Two eaglets that hatched last week at the Deer Mountain Tribal Hatchery and Raptor Center were eaten by their mother soon after they emerged from their eggs. But that actually got some of the egg off the faces...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/060401/ala_060501ala0050001.shtml
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Eaglets hatched, consumed by mother

KETCHIKAN (AP) -- Two eaglets that hatched last week at the Deer Mountain Tribal Hatchery and Raptor Center were eaten by their mother soon after they emerged from their eggs. But that actually got some of the egg off the faces...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/060500/ala_060501ala0050001.shtml
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Photo feature: Hunkered down

Photo by Joseph Robertia An immature bald eagle fluffs his feathers and hunkers down in an attempt to stay warm during last week's chilly weather. The raptor was perched near the Kenai Courthouse.

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/020508/news_4136.shtml
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Juneau health center workers rescue bear cub

...capturing the animal with a blanket, a technique sometimes used to subdue injured birds. Carpenter has volunteered at the Juneau Raptor Center. Gallant, Carpenter and administrative clerk Michelle Hallmark found the cub near small lakes close to the health center...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/050902/ala_050902ala0020001.shtml
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Unhinged Alaska

...about a foot tall and had the same IQ as his beak. This micro raptor had a death wish and we figured that sooner or later he'd...mutilated cuisine he preferred, but because of the obstinate raptor's obvious future. You see, once he pounced on a road pizza...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072207/people_3170.shtml
Spring cometh, and it bringeth a dirty dog

...considered the return of this migratory hawk a sure sign of spring. Phil, on the other hand, couldn?t care less what the raptor?s sudden appearance portended other than he had now been added to someone else?s all-you-can-eat menu. Fortunately...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051307/people_0513peo001.shtml
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