Last Post of 2011
September 20, 2011
The season is winding down at the park. Hunting season is coming to a close as well. The Ranger staff has been busy over the last month or so monitoring hunting activities.
The Backcountry staff had a successful season patrolling the backcountry, conducting rescues, and helping out with various projects around the park. The Backcountry staff members are all seasonal and the last one will finish work this week. The blog will not be updated until we resume work next spring, probably in May.
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Thanks for a great season, check back in the spring.
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Did You Know?
The name “Chitina”, meaning “copper river” in the Ahtna tongue, has undergone quite an evolution. In 1870, William Dall, USGS, spelled it “Chechitno” and “Chetchitno”. In 1885, explorer Henry T. Allen used the term “Chittyna”.