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Wildlife in Alaska

Published July 5, 2009, in the Wyoming Tribune Eagle, “Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. Wildlife watchers investigate Anchorage, Seward and Homer, Alaska.”

2014 Update: The websites listed at the end of this column have been updated. 998 more words

Birds

Poachers Cove Routine

Sleep, catch fish, clean and filet fish, vacuum pack and freeze fish, eat, sleep. repeat!

Nice fish!!

Filets and Vac Pac

Another successful evening!!

Alaska

The Oxymoronic Day on the Kenai River

I am fairly convinced that this is Fisherman Heaven. Every morning the fisherman gets up, grabs his gear, and heads to the river where millions of fish are clamoring to get upstream. 322 more words

Ramblings

Red Salmon Run on the Kenai River

It’s an exciting time on the Kenai Peninsula. The red sockeye salmon come into the rivers by the hundreds of thousands, some say over a million, swimming upstream, headed to the spawning grounds.   528 more words

Ramblings

The Little Mermaid; One of the Best Restaurants in Homer

The last time we were in Homer, we tried to get into The Mermaid, which was near the Driftwood Inn, but it was full, and worse – fully reserved. 355 more words

Living Conditions

The Pratt Museum: A Gem in Homer, AK

It’s our last day in Homer, and we are going to the Pratt Museum

  • . AdventureMan has wanted to go there forever, it’s one of the highlights of Homer. 629 more words
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    Orphaned Alaskan Wolf Pups Heading To MN Zoo

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — The five wolf pups that were orphaned by a wildfire on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula will soon have a permanent home in the Lower 48. 81 more words

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