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Luke DeCicco photographed the first Kenai Peninsula record of this Cape May Warbler in Seward on November 2, 2014. (Photo by Luke DeCicco)

Refuge Notebook: Birders flock after 'fowl' weather events

It was like a scene out of the movie "The Big Year" starring Steve Martin, Owen Wilson, and Jack Black. Several hotshot birding friends decided to make a run to Seward after a recent storm to see what interesting birds might have been deposited.

by Todd Eskelin

Tight Lines: Mouseanity in Western Alaska

When some fishing buddies heard I was headed to a particular Western Alaska stream, they said to be sure I had a good supply of mouse patterns — that’s right, giant foam or deer-hair dry flies that mimic various voles and shrews, and...
Dave Atcheson

Cooking salmon

The salmon I cooked for dinner Tuesday night earned a thumbs up and a "Mmm-mmm!" from the in-house food critic, so I thought I'd share with you how it came to be.
Les Palmer

Refuge Notebook: Elusive, inconspicuous brown creepers favor old growth forests

I have seen more brown creepers on the Kenai Peninsula this year than in the past two years when I saw none.
Ted Bailey

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