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Photo: Summer's still here

Maya Parish takes advantage of Monday's sunny weather to walk the Airport Dike Trail.
Part II: 2014 Juneau trail roundup

...sure you take note of the direction you came from.Airport Dike Trail:Also known as the Emergency Vehicle Access Road, the Airport Dike Trail, popular with runners, walkers, birders and dogs...
Part I: 2014 Juneau trail roundup

...muskeg. Next week: Windfall Lake Trail, Brotherhood Bridge Trail, West Glacier Trail, Thunder Mountain Trail, Airport Dike Trail, Dupont Beach Trail, Outer Point / Rainforest Trail and Mount Jumbo.
Audubon Spring Bird Walk for May 10

...week's Juneau Audubon Society Spring Bird Walk will take place from 8-10 a.m. on Saturday, May 10 at the Airport Dike Trail and the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge. Participants will meet at the parking lot at the end of Radcliffe...
Photo: Wednesday walk

Lee Dye, left, Dick Deems, center, and Ron Crenshaw walk the Airport Dike Trail out to the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge on Wednesday. The three said they have been taking a walk, snowshoe or ski every...
Bird Bits: Killdeer, the plover with two black breast bands

...Washington. Yet, I'm coming to grips with killdeer happily multiplying in wetter habitat, such as along the Airport Dike Trail, as observed by local birder Amy Clarke Courtney. In our area of steep, thick forests plunging into the water...
Photo: Black and white world

June Degnan's red jacket makes a bold statement in a black and white world of fresh snow and a falling tide along the Airport Dike Trail on Monday.
Photo: Fall view

Sherry and John Taber enjoy a view of the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge from a bench along the Airport Dike Trail on Monday.
Photos: Duck hunting

Rudolph Isturis pauses as he walks on the Airport Dike Trail after duck hunting in the Mendenhall Wetlands State Game Refuge on the first day of the season Monday. Isturis said he found his...
Empire Editorial: The case for developing the 'Field of Fireweed'

...sue because zoning committee members vote to keep private land for public use? Not far away are the wetlands and Airport Dike Trail. Both are available to the public and are places where residents can enjoy nature. There's more wilderness beauty...


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