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My Turn: Wolves pull the brakes on logging in Alaska's old-growth forest

...residents.? Emily Mount is a naturalist for Lindblad Expeditions/National Geographic and former Glacier Bay National Park ranger. She splits her time between Gustavus and Pullman, Wash.
Search scaled back for missing climber

...climbing alone last Tuesday afternoon. Officials said although no more aerial flights are anticipated, Denali National Park ranger staff will continue to look through thousands of high resolution images of the mountain taken during the search...
Wary Yakutat eyes glacier

...Symposium of Fast Glacier Flow in mid-June helped generate more interest, according to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park Ranger Jacqueline Lott. "Every spring, the glacier does come fairly far forward," she said. "Through the summer...
Juneau Empire Online Local News: Rescuers amazed at British climbers 6/23/98

...people who rescued and treated them. ``We were all shocked at how good a condition they were in,'' said Denali National Park ranger J.D. Swed. ``There was some thought that they wouldn't have survived.'' Martin Spooner and Carl Bougard...
Cap initiated for McKinley climbers

...Since then, the number of climbers on the mountain has fallen. The five-year average is around 1,250. Denali National Park Ranger Daryl Miller in Talkeetna said approximately 1,275 people registered to climb this year, about 1,220 the year...
400 years old: Salem and Strawbery Banke

...our rental car and headed north on Highway 1A. Our first stop was Salem, Mass., where we spent four hours. A National Park Ranger gave us an hour's tour of the replica ship Friendship. The ranger used the ship as a colonial history lesson...
King: Charges in moose killing are bogus

...Only federally qualified subsistence users, which King is not, are allowed to hunt within park boundaries. National park ranger John Leonard and Alaska State Trooper Thomas Lowy contacted King and his daughter, Cali, in the camp as they...
Former Mount Rainier ranger dies in Tibet fall

ASHFORD, Wash. - Former Mount Rainier National Park ranger Joe Puryear, noted for climbs in the Cascades, Alaska and around the world, has died in a fall on a remote mountain in Tibet...
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