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Wildlife Spy: A gathering of cranes

...They lack the scarlet, bare skin on the forehead of an adult. A juvenile doesn't lose the feathers covering its entire head into the flashy adult baldness until partway through its first winter. The colts also sound different than adults...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2014-09-12/wildlife-spy-gathering-cranes
Outdoors
Around the State

...ditch to help. He pulled the car door open, then cut the seat belt that was keeping Gilley in the car. Gilley's entire head was in the water, Ellison said, and when he got him out of the car, he didn't find a pulse. "I started CPR and...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/112101/sta_AS.shtml
News
Kenai man charged for feeding young moose

...Feeding Mongo the Moose Some Tasty Peanut Butter." At certain points in the videos, Mongo can be seen sticking his entire head in the kitchen window, sniffing around for treats while Roach affectionately chats with him like most people chat with...

http://juneauempire.com/neighbors/2011-04-30/kenai-man-charged-feeding-young-moo
Neighbors
Fundraiser for the dogs

...in a fire, so very often they are really susceptible to smoke inhalation." Because they are shaped to fit over an entire head or a snout, the pet rescue masks can protect firefighters from injury if the animal tries to bite as well as provide...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032810/nei_597368983.shtml
Neighbors
To the headwaters of Switzer

...nutrition they obtain from plant material. Snipes forage by probing with their long bill; sometimes they put their entire head underwater. They can swallow small items while the bill is still in the mud, probably by using the tongue to push...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010711/out_766913895.shtml
Outdoors
Authorities seek armed robber

...holdup Tuesday night at the Extended Stay Hotel. The man took off with cash and the video cassette recorder used for security surveillance. Troopers say the man was wearing a mask that covered his entire head. He also was wearing gloves.

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041709/reg_430215894.shtml
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