Rising estuary still provides great bird habitats

Chickaloon Flats When the 1964 Good Friday Earthquake hit the Chickaloon Flats on Alaska’s northern Kenai Peninsula, the area’s largest estuary suddenly dropped 2.3 meters in elevation and then rose slowly over the next half century. This rising estuary still provides great bird habitats. The Peninsula Clarion discusses findings of a study published by former wildlife ecology graduate student Sadie Ulman, who assessed the health of a large estuary in Alaska. Read the article