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Remote town of Hyder offers Southeast's best bird viewing

...easterly location also provides proximity to the interior of British Columbia, and birds may reach Hyder by flying down the Bear River or other topographical openings to the coast. As a result, birds from the interior of western North America that are...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/072003/out_tanager.shtml
Outdoors
A tour through flower towers

...admission is paid. Wildlife often is visible along the trail, which is thrilling to visitors and locals, Hartman said. Bears, river otters, beavers, eagles and falcons have been spotted on tours. "We don't have any of these animals under control...

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News
Other Juneau trails are getting upgrades, too

...That trail, intended for equine use, parallels the walking trail along the river, and runs from Brotherhood Bridge to Bear River Road off Montana Creek. The Switzer Creek trail, which starts at the end of Lund Street, has had 600 feet of planking...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071899/Loc_trailside.html
Local
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...That trail, intended for equine use, parallels the walking trail along the river, and runs from Brotherhood Bridge to Bear River Road off Montana Creek. The Switzer Creek trail, which starts at the end of Lund Street, has had 600 feet of planking...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071899/Loc_trailside.shtml
Words are cheap in face of tragedy

...shooting in U.S. history. Horrific as it is, I wonder if they have not heard of Chehaw, Bad Axe, Indian Island, Bear River, Sand Creek, Marias and Wounded Knee, to name a few. Similarly, after 9/11 they said terror had at last come to...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042507/let_20070425020.shtml
Opinion
Juneau Empire Online Archive Frontiers News: Salt Lake imbalance spells shrimp disaster 3/22/98

...Department of Natural Resources. The south arm of the lake is diluted by fresh water from the Jordan, Weber and Bear rivers, while no fresh water runs into the north arm. The causeway, which runs from Promontory Point to Lakeside, was...

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