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Construction season approaches across Alaska

...Sterling Highway from mile 45 to mile 58 will continue as well, she said.Miles 79 to 82.5 of the Sterling near the Moose River will be getting new pavement, too.At the end of the Sterling, the Homer Spit road will be repaved this summer...
Plan targets pike in the Kenai Peninsula

...already have, said Gary Sonnevil, a fisheries biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Russian River, Moose River, Watson Lake and Stormy Lake have pike. "To me, it's like a sore that's going to keep spreading," biologist...
Kenai Peninsula a year-round home for hardy trumpeter swans

...National Wildlife Refuge. The process began back in spring, when after fattening up before the breeding season in the Moose River and on the Kenai River below Skilak Lake, trumpeters began nesting in May, according to Eskelin. "As soon as the...

...catch the notoriously feisty fish. But the predatory pike also are voracious eaters, and once introduced, they will eat all other species in a lake. It's believed pike now inhabit at least 14 peninsula lakes, as well as the Moose River.
Snow cat used to curb moose collisions

...Additionally, the moose federation would like to fence an 8-mile stretch of the Sterling Highway near the east fork of the Moose River between Cooper Landing and Sterling. The Alaska Moose Federation also is advocating wildlife fencing, using effective...
Kenai Peninsula drivers should exercise caution in caribou calving grounds

...are hoofing it to get from areas where they spend the winters, such as around Brown's Lake, Skilak Loop and the Moose River Flats, to their spring calving grounds primarily south of Soldotna. "The peak of calving is around the third week...


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