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Refuge will move cattle

...Maritime National Wildlife Refuge plans to begin barging cattle off Chirikof Island in a few weeks, refuge manager Greg Siekaniec said. The cattle are being removed to allow indigenous animals to re-establish themselves, especially birds...
Alaska Islands center opens next month out for artists when the designers and engineers were still formulating the floor plans," said refuge manager Greg Siekaniec. An old-fashioned wooden dory sits in the entrance of the building, replicating those used in the early days of...
State looks into claims cattle herd is neglected

...loading the cattle should make removing them easier. Jacobson's permit to operate there expired Nov. 30, but Greg Siekaniec, head of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge, said he would probably extend the permit for another year...
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...not compatible with the federal government's mandate to manage the island for native species, said refuge Manager Greg Siekaniec. "One of our goals is to restore the extent of the native wildlife that should be there," Siekaniec said. "That...
Alaska Digest

...Thursday, the cattle had been moved off the barge to a private pasture at Middle Bay south of Kodiak, according to Greg Siekaniec, manager of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. Judge orders tracking device added to boat JUNEAU - Two...
Juneau Empire Online Frontiers: Road Warriors 9/6/98

...for critical nourishment during their long migrations. ``Nothing compares to this right here,'' refuge manager Greg Siekaniec said as he waved his arm toward the eelgrass beds of Izembek Lagoon and the Bering Sea beyond. About 3,000 people...


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