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2012 Articles

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In March of 2012 the Kenai Refuge staff was recognized for 13 years of contributions to our local paper through the Refuge Notebook Series.  Read the article by USFWS: Open Spaces...

12/28/2012 Nature’s Gifts and Our Public Lands (Loranger)
12/21/2012 Are Bird Feeders for the Rich? (T. Eskelin)
12/14/2012 Seldom Seen Native Sucker Occurs in Kenai Lakes (J. Dean)
11/30/2012 What Goes on Under the Snow? (Bella)
11/23/2012 Refuge Loses 94 Years of Talent and Experience to Retirements (Morton)
11/16/2012 Refuge Pilot Tells of Learning Good Judgment (Hurd)
11/09/2012 Wilderness Through My Eyes (Steinlicht)
11/02/2012 The Kenai Peninsula Chapter of the Alaska Conservation Society (Johnston)
10/26/2012 Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? (Schmidt)
10/19/2012 Refuge Readies for Trapping Season, Hosts Workshop (Modla)
10/12/2012 A Summer Counting Kings on the Killey River (Young)
10/05/2012 Who Knew Sitting Could be so Active?! (Ward/L.Eskelin)
09/28/2012 Window Strikes May be Greatest Cause of Bird Mortality (T. Eskelin)
09/21/2012 Mystery Defoliation at Treeline in the Kenai Mountains (Morton)
09/14/2012 How an Aquarium Plant Threatens Water ways on the Kenai Peninsula (Bella)
09/07/2012 Global Network for Understanding Natural Sounds (Mullet)
08/31/2012 Going“oding” for dragonflies (Morton)
08/24/2012 Come Out For Wild Berry Fun Day!!! (Ward)
08/17/2012 Baneberry:  A Poisonous Fruit (McDermott-Johnston)
08/10/2012 “So what exactly do you do?” (Mulligan)
08/03/2012 Lessons from "bear viewing" the McNeil River (Morton)
07/27/2012 The Road Not Taken: Moose & Fire in the Kenai Forest Ecology (Bella)
07/20/2012 Lemmings: Never too small to make an impact (Bartkovich)
07/13/2012 Youth Conservation Corps is Working Towards the Future (CiJohnson)
07/06/2012 Enjoy the refuge this summer (but please do it lawfully) (Beyer)
06/29/2012 New refuge staff reflects on new training  (Heeren)
06/22/2012 Exploring the Mystery Springtails from my own back yard (Bowser) 
06/15/2012 Your boots are made for walking, but use the boot brush first (Morton)
06/08/2012 Get Some Nature into Your Kids at Kenai Refuge (Ward)
06/01/2012 Summer Fun at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Ward)
05/25/2012 Tustumena Lake accident is a reminder to plan for the worst (Barto)
05/18/2012 What camp will you attend this summer? (Ostrowski)
05/11/2012 New bird records on the Kenai Peninsula (T Eskelin)
05/04/2012 Why Wild Alaska Salmon Love Snow (Mauger)
04/27/2012 Opportunities to learn about invasive plants (Kain)
04/20/2012 A look back...on a fun career! (Ernst) 
04/13/2012 Thumb on the Pulse: Phenology in the Context of Change (Bella)
04/06/2012 Sounds of Silence on the Kenai (B Johnson)
03/30/2012 Mystery of the Frog-Killing Fungus (Morton) 
03/23/2012 112TH Christmas Bird Count: New Circle Means New Birds (Burke)
03/16/2012 System Changes for black bear baiting permits at the Refuge (Williams)
03/09/2012 Both Ends of the Earth: Reflections on a Year in New Zealand (Bella)
03/02/2012 Fostering conservation through the Adopt-a-Stream Program (Wright)
02/24/2012 Hosting at Hidden Lake - The “Hidden Gem”  (Ward) 
02/17/2012 Soldotna Christmas Bird Count Results (Burke)
02/10/2012 Reading the Rocks  (Haserodt)
02/03/2012 Historical observations of highways, fire and moose on the Kenai (Titus)
01/27/2012 Of Moose and Men (Morton) 
01/20/2012 What porcupines do in winter (besides eat and sleep) (B Johnson)
01/13/2012 Students Learn and Grow on the Refuge, Some Get Paid, Too! (L Eskelin)
01/06/2012 National Wildlife Refuges: From Coral Reefs to Alaskan Forests  (Magness)

 

 

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