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12/27/2013 New Year resolutions on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Miller)
12/20/2013 Winter solstice is for the birds (Morton)
12/13/2013 Ranger Gary Titus Honored with Sense of Wonder Award (Ward)
12/6/2013 Lessons from Across the Pacific: An Appreciation of Open Space (Nicole Schmitt)    
11/29/2013 Short-tailed Weasel Chooses Crawl Space to Raise its Young (Ted Bailey)
11/22/2013 Dall Sheep in a Changing World (Olson)
11/15/2013 When Encountering a “Mystery” Bird Utilize Local Expertise (Burke)
11/8/2013 Window of opportunity to eradicate Elodea from the Kenai Peninsula (Morton)
11/1/2013 Ascent of the Cranes (Bill Larned)
10/25/2013 Black widows take terminal trips to Alaska (Bowser)
10/4/2013 Bye, bye birdie! (Magness)
9/27/2013 Integrated technology brings nature into focus (L. Eskelin)
9/20/2013 Why Commercial Oil and Gas Operations Occur on the Kenai Refuge (Kahn)
9/13/2013 Marketing “Kenai” in the Science World (Morton)
9/6/2013 Outdoor Fun at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Ward)
8/30/2013 Fishing opportunities on the Swanson River: Not a secret, but sometimes forgotten (Jeffry Anderson)
8/23/2013 Kenai’s namesake smut (Bowser)
8/16/2013 August Outdoor Fun at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Ward)
8/9/2013 What’s So Great About Alaska? (Shanice Bailey)
8/2/2013 The race to eradicate elodea from the Kenai Peninsula (Morton)
7/26/2013 Biking the Haul Road:  Lessons on Road Ecology (Morton)
7/19/2013 Crossing the Harding Icefield (Emma Walker)
7/12/2013 A Hike a Week Challenge (D. Handley)
7/5/2013 Bloodsucking Freaks (Bella)
6/28/2013 Eagle Nest Provides New Attraction (Eskelin)
6/21/2013 Cabins Tell the Story of Kenai Settlement (Tiffany Curtis)
6/14/2013 Dads in the Wildlife World (Morton)
6/7/2013 Summer Fun for 2013! (Ward)
5/31/2013 The Lives of Trumpeter Swans Revealed (Ted Bailey)
5/24/2013 Late Season Thaw Challenges Killey River Weir Installation (Ben Schubert)
5/17/2013 A few of my favorite spring wild edible plants (Bowser)
5/10/2013 When is close too close? (Schmidt)
5/3/2013 Refuge Keeps a Pulse on Migration (T. Eskelin)
4/26/2013 Staff and Volunteers Show Up for the Refuge Clean Up Green Up (L. Eskelin)
4/19/2013 Fire (and moose) by the numbers (Morton)
4/12/2013 Local Partnership Working to Ensure Healthy Fish Habitat in the Kenai Peninsula Borough (Jeff Anderson)
4/5/2013 New Refuge Biologist-Pilot Embraces New Challenges (Olson)   
3/29/2013 Chickaloon Flats through a Shorebird’s Eyes (Sadie Ulman)
3/22/2013 Springing ahead:  What clocks and plants have in common (Bella)
3/15/2013 Snowshoe Hares and Moose Interact to Change Browse (Ted Bailey)
3/8/2013 Chronic Wasting Disease shows up in Alberta moose (Morton)
3/1/2013 What do Kenai Peninsula residents really think about bears?  A survey on opinions and attitudes (Rebecca Zulueta)
2/22/2013 Dark skies and a new telescope are cause for celebration at the Refuge (L. Eskelin)
2/15/2013 Detecting insect damage by satellite (Bowser)
2/8/2013 Refuge Law Enforcement Officer Patrols the Backcountry by Horse (Modla)
2/1/2013 Winter Fun Day events at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Ward)
1/25/2013 Paving paradise?  Effects of the urban interface on wildlife (Morton)
1/18/2013 Cougars are Recolonizing North America (Ted Bailey)
1/11/2013 Rare birds punctuate the quiet of winter (Burke)
1/04/2013 American dippers – the toughest bird on the Kenai (Morton)
Last Updated: Dec 26, 2013
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