2018 Articles

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11/16/2018 Wildfire apprentice catches the fire bug (Allie Cunningham) images: 1

11/9/2018 Elodea partnership recognized (John Morton) images: 1

11/2/2018 Anna’s Hummingbird banded in Homer (Todd Eskelin) images: 1

10/26/2018 Alaska blackfish on the Kenai (Matt Bowser) images: 1

10/19/2018 The impermanence of permafrost (John Morton) images: 1

10/12/2018 Where two cottonwood mix (Dawn Robin Magness) images: 1, 2

10/5/2018 The next generation of conservation pilots (Mark Laker) images: 1

9/28/2018 Why seagulls have a red dot on their bill (John Morton) images: 1

9/21/2018 Traditional hand tools maintain trails in Kenai Wilderness (Christa Kennedy) images: 1

9/14/2018 A tale of two refuges (Scott Johnson) images: 1

9/7/2018 The gift of graduate students (John Morton) images: 1

8/31/2018 Sign blindness (Matt Conner) images: 1

8/24/2018 Laying a foundation for a biologically richer world (Tracy Melvin) images: 1

8/17/2018 Mycorrhizae: the fungus among us (Laura Bashor) images: 1

8/10/2018 Hummingbirds take migration to a new level (Todd Eskelin) images: 1, 2

8/3/2018 Why do moose cross the road? Wildlife underpasses on the Sterling Highway (John Morton) images: 1, 2

7/27/2018 How Elodea became “explosive” in its growth (John Morton) images: 1

7/20/2018 Restoring nature one gravel pad at a time (Amber Robbins) images: 1

7/13/2018 A big year for spruce tip rust (Matt Bowser) images: 1

7/6/2018 Our national bird more than meets the eye (Todd and Leah Eskelin) images: 1

6/29/2018 This moss grows in what? (Anthony Holzhauser) images: 1

6/22/2018 Estuaries on the Kenai Peninsula are special places (Angelica Smith) images: 1

6/15/2018 The mystery of agates (John Morton) images: 1

6/8/2018 Soil: a complex ecosystem under your feet (Dawn Robin Magness) images: 1

6/1/2018 Being bear aware and sustaining our wild-lifestyle (Courtney Breest)

5/25/2018 International Day for Biological Diversity (John Morton) images: 1

5/18/2018 Why I like Devil’s club (Matt Bowser) images: 1

5/11/2018 Underestimate ravens nevermore (Todd Eskelin) images: 1

5/4/2018 Good birding etiquette isn’t for the birds (John Morton) images: 1

4/27/2018 Ent-draughts and birch sap (John Morton) images: 1, 2

4/20/2018 Getting ready for Spring Fever (Steve Miller) images: 1

4/13/2018 Making Kenai Refuge data discoverable through Arctos (Kyra Clark) images: 1

4/6/2018 Goodbye snow (Dawn Robin Magness) images: 1

3/30/2018 A partnership approach to protecting fish habitats (Kyle Graham) images: 1

3/23/2018 When the Kenai and Kasilof Rivers flowed backward (Ted Bailey) images: 1

3/16/2018 TEK: another way of understanding our natural world (John Morton) images: 1

3/2/2018 A willow, a fly, and a moose (Matt Bowser) images: 1

2/23/2018 Vacation through the eyes of a naturalist (Todd Eskelin) images: 1

2/16/2018 How resource management has evolved on Kenai National Wildlife Refuge (John Morton) images: 1, 2

2/9/2018 The “why factor” in fire management (Mike Hill) images: 1

2/2/2018 Winter wildlife babies (Kyra Clark) images: 1

1/26/2018 Contact with the natural world benefits our well-being (Ted Bailey) images: 1

1/19/2018 Magical moments (Matt Conner) images: 1

1/12/2018 Lessons learned from Tierra del Fuego (John Morton) images: 1, 2

1/5/2018 A splash of yellow on the winter landscape (Todd Eskelin) images: 1