SOLDOTNA — The sun beat down on Dana Gibson as she lifted a magnet into the air carefully lowered it onto a shotgun shell, her brow furrowing in concentration.
A bead of sweat rolled down the side of her head, as she glanced up at Andy Loranger, Kenai Wildlife Refuge Manager — squinting in the noon sunlight.
“What are you looking for there?” he said.
“I have no idea,” she said. Then she giggled and shrugged her shoulders.