2003 Articles

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12/26/2003 Warm wishes & winter warnings (Robin West)

12/19/2003 Commentaries of a game warden (Chris Johnson)

12/12/2003 Ireland and the Kenai, oceans apart but with some common features (Ed Berg)

12/5/2003 The battle for Trapper Joe's Cabin (Iven R. Sjodin)

11/21/2003 The wacky ways of winter (Nicole Johnson)

11/14/2003 The 2003 fire season: remembering those who have fallen (Doug Newbould)

11/7/2003 Cabin restoration program, summer 2003 (Gary Titus)

10/30/2003 Map making arrives in the 21st century (Andy DeVolder)

10/24/2003 Horses and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Richard Johnston)

10/17/2003 A wolf conference that comes once a decade (Elizabeth Jozwiak)

10/10/2003 Using ground beetles to track Kenai Peninsula climate change (Ed Berg)

10/3/2003 Refuge budget is lean and mean (Pam Ables)

9/26/2003 Refuge intern reflects on busy summer of fieldwork and travels (Annie Widdel)

9/19/2003 Refuge System Centennial Celebration continues next Saturday (Bill Kent)

9/12/2003 Black spruce forests spreading onto muskeg peatlands (Ed Berg)

9/5/2003 Refuge plan to be revised (Robin West)

8/29/2003 Vanishing ponds/lakes show drying (Ed Berg)

8/22/2003 Veteran warden brings career to Kenai (James Neely)

8/15/2003 Loon conservation efforts on the Kenai (Annie Widdel)

8/8/2003 A hunter's wish (Robin West)

8/1/2003 Centennial Celebration 2003 (Bill Kent)

7/25/2003 The forest detective at work (Ed Berg)

7/18/2003 Refuge trail crew has many refuge trails ready for hiking and canoes (Scott Slavik)

7/11/2003 Kenai Wilderness has long call (Dave Kenagy)

7/3/2003 Red-breasted nuthatches: newcomers on the Peninsula work hard to raise offspring (Ted Bailey)

6/27/2003 Why has the Labrador tea turned brown this spring? (Ed Berg)

6/20/2003 Peak wildflower blooming time should not be missed (Candace Ward)

6/13/2003 New willow fieldguide helps identify important plants (Ed Berg)

6/6/2003 Preparedness is the key to effective fire management (Doug Newbould)

5/30/2003 Restoring old cabins on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Molly Slocum)

5/23/2003 Bark beetle time again (Ed Berg)

5/16/2003 Refuge trail crews taking action after floods and windstorms (Scott Slavik)

5/9/2003 Spring cleaning for swallows (Todd Eskelin)

5/2/2003 Refuge biologists discuss role of science in Alaska wildlife management (John Morton)

4/25/2003 National Wildlife Refuge System started on tiny Florida island 100 years ago (Stephanie Rickabaugh and Kelly Modla)

4/18/2003 Wildland fuels are the one component of the fire environment we can change (Doug Newbould)

4/11/2003 Kenai Refuge sounds provide "ear opening" experiences (Dave Kenagy)

4/4/2003 Refuge mapmaker aids columbia shuttle recovery effort (Mark Laker)

3/28/2003 Mental rewards of walking in nature surpass benefits of mere physical exercise (Ted Bailey)

3/14/2003 Happy 100th birthday to America's best kept secret (Bill Kent)

3/7/2003 Kenai National Wildlife Refuge ecologist defends mountain hemlock (Ed Berg)

2/28/2003 Radiocarbon dates dispel old myths about peninsula forest burns (Ed Berg)

2/21/2003 Trapping on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Chris Johnson)

2/14/2003 Arctic char on the Kenai Peninsula (Jack Dean)

2/7/2003 A love for the outdoors should be shared (Doug Newbould)

1/31/2003 Mountain hemlocks-ghosts of the past or harbingers of the future? (Ed Berg)

1/24/2003 Dinosaurs and modern mammals developed comparable traits (Ted Bailey)

1/17/2003 Aurora borealis-Alaska's best light show (Candace Ward)

1/10/2003 New Kenai National Wildlife Refuge ecologist comes full circle (Mark Laker)

1/3/2003 Refuge System centennial a chance to celebrate wildlife conservation in America (Doug Newbould)