• Glacier in Kenai Fjords National Park

    Kenai Fjords

    National Park Alaska

Farewell and Cheers!_250413

September 27, 2012 Posted by: William C. Clark

The leaves have turned red, yellow, and orange.  The sun has been veiled by clouds and the rain has not stopped for what seems like weeks (Seward received over 27 inches of rain in September).  The sidewalks are empty.  Yes, the summer has passed.  It was a good one, though.  As the seasons change, so too does the staffing in most national parks.  For Kenai Fjords, that means this blog will slumber with the bears.  Hopefully, you have enjoyed the bouquet of readings we presented here: gulls, raptors, glaciers, soundscapes, and crustaceans to name a few.  Be sure to check back next year when staffing is replenished and researches have more first-hand accounts to share!

Till then, remember to explore your world, however you define it, and cheers!

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McCarty Glacier on a beautiful day in August.  Photo: NPS/Deb Kurtz, 2012.


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  1. LMP
    September 28, 2012 at 11:59

    Thanks William! Looking forward to more inspired entries next summer!

 

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River Otter

River otters defecate in certain spots to mark their territory. Researchers in Kenai Fjords National Park have discovered that these "latrine sites" enrich the soil, allowing plants to grow in those spots that aren't found anywhere else close by.