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Dec 26 2008
Kodiak Birders a Hardy Breed PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 26 December 2008

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           Birds in Kodiak are a hardy breed, but so are those who go looking for them. Last Saturday, during a pretty stormy day, 77 folks participated in the 36th consecutive Kodiak Christmas Bird Count, sponsored by the Audubon Society. 

            For years, Kodiak has been the hot spot in the state for the bird count, averaging 78 species over the past 10 years. This year, despite the weather, 74 species and nearly 14,000 individual birds were counted. But according to Rich MacIntosh, the folks in Ketchikan put in an impressive effort this year and edged out Kodiak. Click on the PDF above for a list of all the birds spotted this year.

            Birders will get a second shot at counting next weekend. The Narrow Cape - Kalsin Bay Christmas Bird Count will be on January 3rd. MacIntosh says anyone is welcome to join in whether they're experienced or not, as each group will have a skilled birder leading them. He's looking for folks who are as hardy as the birds and will show up no matter the weather.

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Dec 24 2008
The Alaska Fisheries Report with Jay Barrett PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 December 2008

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          Coming up on this week's show: NOAA's new head is an ardent conservationist who's criticized the agency in the past for not doing enough to curb what she sees as over-fishing; The City of Kenai is setting up a task force to protect its fisheries; And you can now renew your fishing permits online. All that and more, coming up on the Alaska Fisheries Report.

 
Dec 24 2008
Kodiak Man Selected for Young Alaskans Gathering PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 December 2008

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          The Conference of Young Alaskans, a University of Alaska project honoring Alaska's 50th anniversary of statehood will be meeting early in the new year. The conference was designed to promote discussion among young Alaskans from big cities and small communities from across the state. Included among the 2009 conference delegates is one member of the Kodiak community. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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Dec 24 2008
Senator-Elect Begich Confers with Mayors PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 December 2008

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          In a teleconference Monday, Senator-elect Mark Begich met with 30 mayors and other city leaders from across Alaska, asking them to submit project priority lists that are ready to commence within 120 days, as Congress develops a national economic stimulus package.

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Dec 23 2008
Wrangell Clears Way in Four-Dam Pool Break-Up PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 23 December 2008

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          The Wrangell Assembly voted Monday to move forward with the Four Dam Pool divestiture plan, paving the way for Kodiak Electric Association to purchase the Terror Lake hydro-power facility, which it has sought for nearly three years. KEA could possibly acquire the Terror Lake Facility as soon as January. KMXT's Erik Wander has more.

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