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Outdoor learning at its best

...kinds of trees and plants, as well as watch for birds and other wildlife. Last year her class, along with retired state biologist, Fritz Kraus, built 20 birdhouses which can be viewed from the trail system.Sara J. Hardan can be reached at...

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Schools
Anchorage skiers encounter wide-awake grizzly and other bruins

...by several witnesses Sunday at Kincaid Park, prompting park workers to post warning signs along several trails. State biologist Rick Sinnott examined some of the 6 1/2-inch-wide prints Monday and concluded that they had been made by an...

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Mild winter gives Kenai Peninsula moose a break

...moose population, starving the youngest and weakest animals. But warm weather this year has lingered so long that a state biologist already is predicting that calf moose and breeding bulls, which rely on a high calorie diet just to get by, will...

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alaska
Bear barrier funds corralled

...to reduce bear and human interactions, and the potential death of all mammals involved. Department of agriculture state biologist Bill Woods said that the service will conduct site visits, develop management plans with the farmers and pay approximately...

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News
State to transfer Hatcher Pass Land to borough

...resolution?'' said Kathy Wells, a local opponent of the transfer. ''There's no guarantees.'' Herman Griese, a state biologist based in Palmer, said he worries the borough would sell and develop the land, costing the region another key piece...

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Tourist dollars, not conservation, are behind newest fish board regulations

...much more. You don't have to be a rocket scientist to figure out the reason Brett Huber paid for an out-of-state biologist was because state biologists couldn't or wouldn't tell the board what KSRA wanted and needed the board to hear...

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Opinion
Kenai Peninsula Online - Archives08/27/00

... Volunteers keep AIDS riders' moveable tent city on go Fish and Game concerned about Atlantic salmon threat State biologist step up attack on Northern pike Comments or questions? Contact the web master at Peninsula Clarion Click here...

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