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Though uninhabited, Baker Island is visited annually by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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US Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Comments on Baker Island DXpedition Compatibility - ARRL Click Here to Open in a New Window

US Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Comments on Baker Island DXpedition Compatibility
ARRL
The US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) appears open to a DXpedition to Baker Island in the Pacific, which has not been activated for 15 years. Baker and Howland Islands (KH1) is the fourth most-wanted DXCC entity, according to the Club Log DXCC Most ...


Researchers discover "one-in-a-million" purple egg on sea floor ... - KTRK-TV Click Here to Open in a New Window

KTRK-TV

Researchers discover "one-in-a-million" purple egg on sea floor ...
KTRK-TV
NOAA scientists operating the Okeanos Explorer vessel discovered the odd creature near Baker Island, an uninhabited atoll that sits halfway between Hawaii ...
Baffling purple egg-growing plant discovered on deep-sea dive ...RT

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Teams go 2nd time around - Cape Coral Daily Breeze Click Here to Open in a New Window

Cape Coral Daily Breeze

Teams go 2nd time around
Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Ida Baker, Island Coast, Cape Coral and North Fort Myers all wrap up home-and-home baseball and softball District 6A-11 series on Friday. Baker's Chris Schrowe tossed a complete-game shutout Tuesday to beat Island Coast 5-0, so the Gators will try to ...


Maine in NY: Marsden Hartley landscapes at Met Breuer | News ... - Altoona Mirror Click Here to Open in a New Window

Maine in NY: Marsden Hartley landscapes at Met Breuer | News ...
Altoona Mirror
NEW YORK — A little bit of Maine has come to a Manhattan museum with the opening of “Marsden Hartley's Maine.” And for travelers who want to see the ...

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After 70 years, a glimpse of Salem's Baker's Island - The Salem News Click Here to Open in a New Window

The Salem News

After 70 years, a glimpse of Salem's Baker's Island
The Salem News
SALEM — Baker's Island is one of the quietest places in the city. In fact, the public hasn't regularly visited the island for more than 70 years — when people used to make the trip to try to spot submarines going by during World War II. That changes ...


The Last Place To Experience 2016 Will Be An Abandoned Island ... - Atlas Obscura Click Here to Open in a New Window

Atlas Obscura

The Last Place To Experience 2016 Will Be An Abandoned Island ...
Atlas Obscura
Baker Island, in the middle of the Pacific, is one of two islands in the world in time zone UTC-12:00. by Cara Giaimo. December 29, 2016 ...

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Baker's Island residents wary of an influx of visitors - Boston.com Click Here to Open in a New Window

Boston.com

Baker's Island residents wary of an influx of visitors
Boston.com
Baker's Island is part of Salem, and visitors to it can use its beaches and stand as far as the high water mark on its rocky coast, but they are not welcome. For more than 100 years, residents have been quick to remind the uninvited that they are on ...

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Baker's Island residents adjust as lighthouse changes hands - Boston Globe Click Here to Open in a New Window

Boston Globe

Baker's Island residents adjust as lighthouse changes hands
Boston Globe
BAKER'S ISLAND, SALEM — About 40 people took a chartered boat to this island on a warm, sunny late-August morning for a ceremony marking the handover of the Baker's Island Light Station from the Coast Guard to the Essex National Heritage ...


Why I love the most remote corner of Acadia National Park | Acadia ... - Bangor Daily News Click Here to Open in a New Window

Bangor Daily News

Why I love the most remote corner of Acadia National Park | Acadia ...
Bangor Daily News
White gravestones protrude from an oceanside meadow on Baker Island while the mountains of Mount Desert Island dot the horizon in this undated photo.

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The Word-of-Mouth Resurgence of Arthur Russell - The New Yorker Click Here to Open in a New Window

The New Yorker

The Word-of-Mouth Resurgence of Arthur Russell
The New Yorker
Shortly before his death, Russell and his family took a small boat out to Baker Island, a flat rock half-covered by seaweed, four miles off the coast of Maine. The musician sat on a slab of granite and recorded the sound of the waves breaking against ...







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