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2014 Articles


5/30/2014 A geologic explanation for two sockeye populations in the Russian River (Dick Reger)
5/16/2014 Surviving an aircraft crash in water (Jen Peura)
5/9/2014 Ice-age mammals on the Kenai Peninsula: An update (Dick Reger)
5/2/2014 Spring Migration Comes to the Kenai (Burke)
4/25/2014 Kenai Refuge sponsors the first Game Warden Camp for Youth (Modla)
4/18/2014 Kenai Refuge Celebrates Wilderness on Earth Day (Ward)
4/11/2014 Brown Bears Cannot be Shot Over Black Bear Bait on the Refuge (Barto)
4/4/2014 Hidden Lake Campground – A “Hidden Gem” on the Kenai Refuge (Ostrowski)
3/28/2014 Defining Wilderness in a Climate Changing World (Morton)
3/21/2014 Two Jays for Two Biomes (Magness)
3/14/2014 New Visitor Center Becoming Reality (L. Eskelin)
3/7/2014 Kruger National Park and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge share common conservation issues (Ted Bailey)
2/28/2014 A Demonstration of Age and Beauty (T. Eskelin)
2/21/2014 Time to Apply for Summer Jobs at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Ward)
2/14/2014 Genetic diversity of wildlife on the Kenai Peninsula is a mixed bag (Morton)
2/7/2014 Counting Moose With Drones?  May Be Sooner Than You Think (Olson)
1/31/2014 Common Gardens May Reveal Uncommon Choice (Bella)
1/24/2014 A new clam on the beaches (Bowser)
1/17/2014 A Different Way of “Looking at” Sound (Mandy Salminen)
1/10/2014 Dena’ina names for birds of the Kenai Peninsula (Morton)
1/3/2014 New Administrative Officer at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Uta)

Last Updated: Jun 25, 2014
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