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From an Anchorage Daily News Article:

"Federal wildlife managers are planning to upgrade animal-viewing opportunities north of the Kenai Peninsula's Skilak Lake, according to a plan released this week.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's preferred option in the Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area plan would add a nature center at Pack Lake, more ranger- led environmental education, a self-guided interpretive drive, a wheelchair-accessible trail and more camp sites, among other upgrades. Perhaps most noticeable would be the pavement it would lay on Skilak Lake Loop, currently a dirt road.

The agency would not open the area to rifle and shotgun hunting for small game, as the Alaska Board of Game has requested."

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