11 Power Rangers

Going through orientation with all the new forest service employees brought me back to training in San Diego! The difference being that it was colder, wetter, and the EFTA crew was missing (those were the days!). Getting to know all the new faces was fun, too bad there was little Read more…

09 The fun continues

The town is alive! The weather here has been gloomy and rainy for most of the month but now it seems that the town is getting some sunshine. This has opened some time for people to be outside exploring and many of the fishermen and fisherwomen are putting their boats Read more…

Have you heard?

With the shorebird festival rapidly approaching and a bunch of field work creeping up right behind it, the Forest Service is buzzing with activity! New faces are arriving everyday as the office and the town starts to come alive for the summer. The fishermen, cannery workers, scientists, tourists, and others Read more…

05

DATE: 15APRIL2017 TIME: 1428 LOCATION: CORDOVA, AK SITUATION: NO CHANGE UPDATES: NONE . . . DESCRIPTION: It’s been a month since I washed up here in Alaska. I’ve been waiting to catch a glimpse of a shorebird but I haven’t seen a single one in weeks. People tell me that Read more…

04 (Yellow)Leg Day

The survey spots for my site all lie southwest of town and getting to them is quite the scenic trip. A long winding path down Whitshed road offers some great views on the way out to the famous Hartney Bay. The main staging site in Cordova for the shorebird migration, Read more…