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Refuge Notebook: Ascent of the cranes

...on the next leg of their journey. I was the biologist-pilot who flew one of the aircraft, accompanied by Canadian Wildlife Service crane biologist, Ernie Kuyt. The trip was quite an adventure in many respects but, referring back to our...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2013-10-31/refuge-notebook-ascent-of-the-cr
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Conservation officer says Porcupine caribou late again this year

...to move from as far south as the Dempster Highway area to the coastal plain in 10 days. Don Russell of the Canadian Wildlife Service said there is still time for the herd to move. In recent years, June 2 has represented the peak calving time...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/052901/ala_052901alaska0080001.shtml
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Theory of transmutation vs. migration mythbusting

...American Bird Banding Program is jointly administered by the United States Department of the Interior and the Canadian Wildlife Service. Their banding offices have similar functions and policies and use the same bands, reporting forms and data...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2011-07-15/refuge-notebook-migration-mythbu
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March 12: Anchorage Daily News on wolf control:

...and Frederick C. Dean, ''Historical and Current Perspectives on Wolf Management in Alaska'' found in Canadian Wildlife Service Report Series 45 (1983). Readers who wish to know more about wolf behavior and ecology should consider...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/031300/ala_031300ala010.shtml
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