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Apr 21 2009
Kodiak's Bears Starting to Stir PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 April 2009

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            April and May is the time of year when bears begin emerging from their dens after a long winter's rest. It's a gradual process that takes place over a couple of months, and Fish and Game says people should start taking precautions now and be on the lookout for bears. 

            Male bears begin to emerge from their dens at about this time of year, says Larry Van Daele, area wildlife biologist with Fish and Game. The males are followed shortly thereafter by sows with cubs. Van Daele said the males are already beginning to come out.

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Apr 21 2009
Environmental Film Fest This Weekend PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 21 April 2009

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            Wednesday is Earth Day, and as part of the celebration, the Alaska Marine Conservation Council will be presenting a new documentary film on climate change and the ocean. Environmental film fans will also be treated to a film festival this weekend at Kodiak College, held in conjunction with Whale Fest Kodiak 2009.

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Apr 20 2009
Grounded Eagle Rescued PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 April 2009

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This eagle was grounded near the Baranov Museum for about a week before it was captured by refuge personnel. The eagle even took to walking across the street to forage for food near a Dumpster. Photo by Katie Oliver

 

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            With a long and hard winter still lingering, it's a tough time to be an eagle in Kodiak. One adult bird that had been hanging around Sargent Park near the waterfront for a week was rescued by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel from the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.

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Apr 20 2009
Whale Fest Kodiak Underway PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 April 2009

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Bob Foy of NOAA Fisheries explained the parts of a squid to about 100 people who attended the shark presentation and squid dissection on Sunday as part of Whale Fest Kodiak. At least 60 were children under 12. Photo by Cheryl Nugent 

 

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            The 13th annual Whale Fest Kodiak, a 10-day long celebration of the return of Eastern Pacific Gray Whales to Alaskan waters, kicked off last week. Several events took place over the weekend, but many are still to come.

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Apr 20 2009
Kemp Now Humanities Forum Board Member PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 20 April 2009

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            The Alaska Humanities Forum helps Alaskans engage in humanities-based projects and innovative programs which are either funded by the forum or run directly it. One long-time member of the Kodiak arts community has been appointed by Governor Sarah Palin to the forum's board of directors. 

            The forum's 20-member board, including five governor's appointees, supports language, literature, religion, philosophy, history and the arts in Alaska. It awards grants for funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and develops programs and projects to support the humanities in Alaska.

            A press release issued by Palin's office last Wednesday announced the appointment to the board of Kodiak's Nancy Kemp, executive director of the Kodiak Arts Council since 1999, among two other appointees.

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