- Associated Press - Wednesday, April 22, 2015

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - The executive director of the Alaska Raptor Center in Sitka is stepping down at the end of the visitor season this year.

The Daily Sitka Sentinel newspaper (https://is.gd/F0ZKZ9) reports Debbie Reeder has worked for the raptor center for 13 years.

Reeder began at the center in 2002 as operations manager. She held that job before moving to the top slot a few years later.

The center is among the most popular visitor attractions in the southeast Alaska town, drawing as many as 50,000 visitors annually.

Reeder says she plans to spend a little more time in sunny places.

A search for Reeder’s successor has been launched.

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Information from: Daily Sitka (Alaska) Sentinel, https://www.sitkasentinel.com/


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