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Les Palmer: The state of the Kenai, Part 2

...endanger salmon sustainability. Historically, we've failed spectacularly at this level of caring and commitment. Like sea gulls, we've ceaselessly bickered over who gets what fish.Minus a strong, collective will and some changed attitudes...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2014-05-22/les-palmer-the-state-of-the-kena
Outdoors
book review 2013 books in review

...collection of short stories about the holidays we hold dear and the ways we keep them. PETS - ANIMALS Pigeons. Cockroaches. Sea gulls. Why do we hate them, while we love doves, spiders, and pelicans? In "Trash Animals," edited by Kelsi Nagy and...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/2013-12-11/book-review-2013-books
Arts & Entertainment
Other reasons for bacteria in the water

...goes on to say that the 50,000 sea gulls may contribute by dumping their guano...bacteria. Why do you think all the sea gulls are down there in the first place...it. At low tide you can see the sea gulls on all the sand bars eating a smorgasbord...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2013-08-19/other-reasons-for-bacteri
Letters
Crazy about silvers

...to myself.Several miles upstream, I steer out of the main current into one of my favorite spots. Except for a few sea gulls on a gravel bar upstream, I'm alone. The only sounds are the patter of rain on the river, the lap of current against...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2013-10-24/crazy-about-silvers
Outdoors
An Outdoor View: Trouble in Spit City

...were doing so. It's so bad, instead of the clatter and rumble of diesels, the main sounds were the mewing cries of sea gulls and charter-boat owners. On the dock, a couple of captains were bemoaning the lack of business when a man walked past...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/070210/let_664463435.shtml
letters
Outdoors

...up again and I can try again in the morning." "Is the food really that bad there? " "Bad? Well, the ravens and sea gulls are not even in the parking lot here let alone sitting on the dumpsters!" "I saw a camp robber fly in from out of town...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051309/dis_293791681.shtml
Respect nature

...man again, sweetly, and generously, asking nothing in return just the absolute respect for her, of her. Now,the sea gulls squack, and will swoop down into the low tide, and they will now dine, no reservations necessary. Janet Faulkner Soldotna

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/070710/let_626124975.shtml
letters
Outdoors

...no food! Perhaps the classic fast food eaters are the sea gulls that will hover over your car at McDonald?s in Kenai...in the water. Another example of fast food might be a sea gull stealing a few bites from right under the feet of Mr...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/080107/dispatch_0801dis003.shtml
Eagles return to Homer Spit

...harbor officers haven't seen anyone feeding eagles at the harbor. He also hasn't seen signs of eagles preying on sea gulls, ducks or other birds. "I don't see them coming to the door begging for scraps either," Hawkins said, joking...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/020310/new_509991671.shtml
News

...Fishery Observer Harassment Correction Grizzlies fight near Chena River dam Harbor waste prove deadly for Seward sea gulls Violent storm socks Fairbanks DMV offices compete to sign up organ donors Villagers hospitalized after eating...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072102/index.shtml

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