2006 Articles

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12/29/2006 Soldotna Area Christmas Bird Count slated for Saturday, December 30, 2006 (Elizabeth Jozwiak and Jack Sinclair )

12/22/2006 Kenai Refuge introduces newest employee (Rob Barto)

12/15/2006 Bugging out: Intern learns more about Alaska than just lack of igloos (Charlotte Hockin)

12/8/2006 DIVERSITE (Matt Bowser)

12/1/2006 Global warming will bring more forest fires all over the Earth (Ed Berg)

11/24/2006 Giving thanks for the 2006 National Fire Management Workshop (Doug Newbould)

11/17/2006 Kenai Refuge's 65th Birthday - and my brother's (Bill Kent)

11/10/2006 Miximalist versus minimalist technologies for bear safety, Part 2 (Ed Berg)

11/3/2006 Miximalist versus minimalist technologies for bear safety, Part 1 (Ed Berg)

10/27/2006 Refuge education specialist migrates North (Claire Caldes)

10/20/2006 Another day, another hat (Scott Slavik)

10/13/2006 Variety is the spice of life (John Morton)

10/6/2006 A busy construction season improves refuge facilities (Brenda Nichol)

9/29/2006 Mutations, disease, bugs, and chemicals can all amplify fireweed flowering (Ed Berg)

9/22/2006 Fall fun at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Nicole Gustine)

9/15/2006 Unexpected wildlife encounters make lasting memories (Ted Bailey)

9/8/2006 Katmai National Park and Preserve: a huge wilderness with lots of bears and few human footprints (Ed Berg)

9/1/2006 Leaf miners - tiny sculptors in the Kenai forests (John Lundquist)

8/25/2006 From the Land of Nessie, The Scots invade, hard-working Scots (Dave Kenagy)

8/18/2006 Youth Conservation Corps at Kenai Refuge completes another of successful summer of work (Craig Moore)

8/11/2006 Lichens and bears on the Katmai Coast (Ed Berg)

8/4/2006 Hunter education important to the future of hunting (Robin West)

7/28/2006 YELLOWJACKETS: Dangerous but Beneficial (Matthew Bowser)

7/21/2006 At what cost? (Jim Neely)

7/14/2006 Skilak Lake birds trying on new colored leg bands (Todd Eskelin)

7/7/2006 Wet summer may prevent planned prescribed fires on the Refuge (Doug Newbould)

6/30/2006 American Marten: A mammal barometer of global climate change (Andy Baltensperger)

6/23/2006 Signs of Summer: Loon chicks appearing on local lakes (Liz Jozwiak)

6/16/2006 Summer programs at Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Candace Ward)

6/9/2006 Blackbird of the bogs: an early victim of global warming? (Ted Bailey)

6/2/2006 Dandelion Sundae: an opportunity to learn about invasive plant species (Toby Burke)

5/26/2006 National Trails Day: "experience your outdoors" (Scott Slavik)

5/19/2006 Hunters in the 1890s called for a national wildlife refuge on the Kenai (Jim Hall)

5/12/2006 Investing in the future of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (Jim Neely)

5/5/2006 Shorebird workshop aims to improve your identification skills (Todd Eskelin)

4/28/2006 What does the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge have to offer youth this summer? Youth Conservaiton Corps Positions (Tai Davis)

4/21/2006 What "Seis" are your lines? (Jason Ray)

4/14/2006 Volunteers are increasingly important as budgest decline (Bill Kent)

4/7/2006 Another wildland fire season is fast approaching (Doug Newbould)

3/31/2006 "Crystals and Air" "Skiing with Wildlife" "A Refuge for Classic Skiing" (Dave Kenagy)

3/24/2006 Wildlife hotline needs your call! (Rick Ernst)

3/17/2006 Warmer winters and warmer nights a mixed blessing (Ed Berg)

3/10/2006 McKay's Bunting makes extremely rare appearance on Kenai (Todd Eskelin)

3/3/2006 Muskrat Winter Olympics: endurance under the ice (Ted Bailey)

2/24/2006 Hidden Lake ice fishing adventure (Chis Johnson)

2/17/2006 Rare birds reappear (Robin West)

2/10/2006 Kenai Peninsula owls are in the market for a good clean home (Todd Eskelin)

1/27/2006 Invasive plants lack natural enemies but may also have chemical weapons (Ed Berg)

1/20/2006 What do homeschoolers, movies, snowshoeing and the Arctic Winter Games have in common? (Michelle Ostrowski)

1/13/2006 Early Refuge Manager John Hakala loved the Kenai Peninsula and Alaska (Ted Bailey)