Hot tubs, bears and trails: Forest Service gives update on projects

 

October 7, 2021

Photo courtesy U.S. Forest Service

The Anan Wildlife Observatory has reached the end of "its structural lifetime and needs replacement," the U.S. Forest Service says, with plans to tear down the wooden structure next spring in preparation for building a new viewing station.

The U.S. Forest Service got to most of its Wrangell-area work projects this past summer, with one big job pushed into next spring.

The Anan Wildlife Observatory- which has reached the end of "its structural lifetime and needs replacement," the agency's website says - was supposed to be torn down in October, Corree Delabrue, U.S. Forest Service information assistant at the Wrangell Ranger District, said.

Tory Houser, the recreation, lands, minerals and heritage staff officer for the Wrangell and Petersburg Ranger Districts, said deconstruction and rebuilding of a new observatory has been p...



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