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Anan Wildlife Observatory a special place for people and animals

 

August 9, 2018

Photo courtesy of Carli Byrer

A bear catches a salmon. Bears are a common sight at the Anan Wildlife Observatory.

Early on Thursday morning, several members of the U.S. Forest Service left Wrangell with some guests for a trip to the Anan Wildlife Observatory. Present on the trip were Michael Saxton and Leslie Skora with the Katmai National Park. They were visiting Anan for an "information swap," they explained. They wanted to learn about some of the best practices in wildlife observation they could take from Anan, and also provide some tips to the Forest Service in the Wrangell district. Acting Deputy Forest Supervisor Dana Roth, Tory Houser with the Forest Service, Public Affairs Officer for the Tonga...



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