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Photo: Water wonders

Posted: July 30, 2012 - 1:07am
U.S. Forest Service Fisheries Biologist Carol Mahara holds a tank as Devin Moorehead, 8, left, Teonna Beaird, 12, and other youths touch coho salmon they trapped in a pond near the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center on Thursday. The youth, ages 10 to 13, were in a week-long science-based camp offered by the Forest Service called Water Wonders. The youth surveyed local fish, checked pH values in the Dredge Lakes area, tagged fish and learned to fish during the week.  Michael Penn / Juneau Empire
Michael Penn / Juneau Empire
U.S. Forest Service Fisheries Biologist Carol Mahara holds a tank as Devin Moorehead, 8, left, Teonna Beaird, 12, and other youths touch coho salmon they trapped in a pond near the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center on Thursday. The youth, ages 10 to 13, were in a week-long science-based camp offered by the Forest Service called Water Wonders. The youth surveyed local fish, checked pH values in the Dredge Lakes area, tagged fish and learned to fish during the week.

U.S. Forest Service Fisheries Biologist Carol Mahara holds a tank as Devin Moorehead, 8, left, Teonna Beaird, 12, and other youths touch coho salmon they trapped in a pond near the Mendenhall Glacier Visitors Center on Thursday. The youth, ages 10 to 13, were in a week-long science-based camp offered by the Forest Service called Water Wonders. The youth surveyed local fish, checked pH values in the Dredge Lakes area, tagged fish and learned to fish during the week.

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