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Breeding Grounds Survey: Knocking Off Deltas

May 28, 2014 - Northern Alberta, Northeastern British Columbia and Northwest Territories

Pilot biologist Fred Roetker and I now sit in Fairbanks, Alaska, waiting for our Kodiak to clear an annual, 100-hour inspection and maintenance check. We have finished Alberta and British Columbia, and are thus 34% done with our segments.

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