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    • Reds in the icy Kenai

    • Fishes; Fishing; Rivers and streams;
    • Anglers need to keep their catch cold and keep an eye out for bears looking for an easy meal too.
    • Russian River Ferry

    • Fishing; Ferries; Rivers and streams; signs;
    • The Russian River joins the Kenai River near Cooper Landing, Alaska. The area is one of the most heavily visited in the state when the red (sockeye) salmon are running.
    • Interpretation Panel on Salmon Life Cycle

    • Fishing; Interpretation; Education; Rivers and streams;
    • Anglers read about the life cycle of the red (sockeye) salmon at an overview at the confluence of the Russian and Kenai Rivers.
    • Brown bear entering fishing area

    • Mammals; Wildlife refuges; Human impacts; Fishing;
    • Popular fishing spots attract more than human fishermen. Bears looking for easy meals can make a mess of your lunch, camp, or maybe even you.
    • Russian River Ferry

    • Rivers and streams; Fishing; Wildlife refuges;
    • The current of the swift Kenai moves the ferry across the river to the south bank. Anglers cross over to fish at the mouth of the Russian River for red (sockeye) salmon.
    • Boats on the Russian River

    • Rivers and streams; Fishing; Wildlife refuges;
    • Kenai River confluence is a hot fishing spot when the reds are running. Tens of thousands of salmon return to the river to be met by thousands of anglers.
    • Misty Black Spruce Forest

    • Trees; Wildlife refuges; Forests;
    • A mist rises from a black spruce forest on Kenai National Wildlife Refuge. The black spruce burns explosively in forest fires.
    • Kenai wetlands

    • Wetlands; Wildlife refuges; Wildflowers;
    • Fireweed and spruce highlight this bog near Skilak Lake on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
    • Red Elderberry, Fireweed and Wild Raspberry

    • Wildflowers; Wildlife refuges; Berries;
    • Much of the lower altitudes of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge are lush with vegetation. Many different berries and flowering plants grow here. Berry pickers have many varieties to from which to choose.

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