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On the Trails: Where to put freshly laid eggs

...are central-place foragers during incubation and chick rearing, the nest needs to be located within range of a sufficient food supply. Few songbirds fly more than a few hundred yards from the nest to find food, although American Dippers sometimes...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2013-01-25/trails-where-put-freshly-laid-eggs
Outdoors
A Trip South: A seriously fun time

...businesses, to industrial agriculture plantations. Rancho El Sagrado is ecotourism focused, with permaculture and a self sufficient food system as one of their primary goals. The managers of the property, Lalo and Ale, rent out cabins that they built...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2013-03-29/trip-south-seriously-fun-time
Outdoors
Southeast sagas: Chief Johnson remembered

...Raven and wife were the first to catch, clean, smoke, dry and store a winter's supply of this fish. When he had sufficient food laid away for winter, it slipped Raven's mind that his wife was responsible for his wealth. Nothing she could...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092403/nei_sesaga.shtml
Neighbors
Couple accused of starving daughter

...daughter was a picky eater, authorities said. Army investigators searched the couple's home that day and found sufficient food. They also found a latch-type lock on the door of CK's bedroom as well as windows covered with foil and a sheet...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051103/sta_coupleaccuse.shtml
News
Workers flood Kodiak aid agencies

...can stay at the shelter.' This happened last year, but not on this scale." Merila said his shelter would have sufficient food through Friday but would assess the situation day by day. Brother Francis Shelter director Monty Hawver called it...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/012105/sta_20050121024.shtml
News
Juneau Empire Online Archive Opinion and Letters: Eagles' nest getting short end of the stick 3/1/98

...Did a predator get the chicks while parents were away from the nest? Perhaps the parents had difficulty in finding sufficient food. Very young chicks, however, don't require large quantities of food like older juveniles later in summer. Did...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/030198/heardmt.html
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