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Poor area browse a winter moose killer

...cold, so I'm sure that's what zapped him," he said. Kurt Strausbaugh, an Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife technician, closed the truck door and walked up to the dead calf. "Feel that bone?" he said, kneeling and placing...

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Around the Peninsula

...behind Skyview High School began circulating on the central peninsula Thursday, and Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife technician said he wasn't surprised, given the number of bears and moose in the area. "People should be aware," Lewis...

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Bears draw council notice

...With the goal of reducing the number of negative bear-human interactions, Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife technician Larry Lewis pitched the Soldotna council to become part of the Wildlife Conservation Community Program. To kick...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072609/new_364800011.shtml
Kenai bonds up to voters

...Before deliberations began on the resolutions, the council heard a presentation by Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife technician Larry Lewis on brown bear encounters in and near the city. Lewis commended the city on its bear-safe program...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/072007/news_2972.shtml
Moose gone wild

...With a moose I recommend people get out of there, run,? said Larry Lewis, an Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife technician. ?If you stand your ground they?ll nail ya.? Lewis, who has been confronted with angry moose many...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/011207/outdoors_0112out001.shtml
Outdoors
Preparing for spring -- and bear encounters

...Kenai City Dock, and bears are beginning to make their way out of their dens. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Technician Larry Lewis said bears generally begin emerging as early as March. And when they wake up, they're hungry...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032108/oped_4145.shtml
Opinion
Around the Peninsula

...Alaska's Bears" at 6:30 p.m. today at the library at 163 Main Street Loop. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife Technician Larry Lewis will give the presentation. He will discuss Kenai's bear population, local problems with bears...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/082207/people_3535.shtml
Bruin?s persistence scores one vs. bear resistant containers

...hibernation season seem to becoming more common on the Kenai Peninsula according to Alaska Department of Fish & Game Wildlife Technician Larry Lewis, ?We?re seeing a lot more year round problems with bears, later in the season and earlier in...

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Bears, burials, campers on tap

...boot are slated for discussion at tonight?s Soldotna City Council meeting. Alaska Department of Fish and Game wildlife technician Larry Lewis is scheduled to speak to the city about bear-resistant garbage receptacles for use by Soldotna residents...

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