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Popular SE bear observatory gets public safety makeover

The Anan Wildlife Observatory near Wrangell is one of SE Alaska’s most prized bear viewing spots. The US Forest Service recently finished some upgrades at the site that are designed to improve safety for the thousands of visitors who come from around the world for an up close encounter with both black and brown bears. KFSK’s Nora Saks ventured out to Anan to see the changes first hand.

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Forest Service scientists share research on changing shorelines and subsistence gathering

Shorelines in Southeast Alaska are changing fast. Sea levels are rising everywhere, but here, land is also springing back from under the weight of glaciers as they retreat.

Two scientists from the Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Station teamed up to predict what our coastlines will look like in the future. They’ve also been investigating what those changes mean for coastal species, and for communities that gather them for food.

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