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Bear kills threaten Kenai hunt

...others were struck and killed by traffic. The grisly toll follows a growing trend over the past few years, said Gino Del Frate, a state wildlife biologist based in Homer. More and more Peninsula brown bears are being killed outside the hunting...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/073102/ala_073102alapm0030001.shtml
Alaska
Vehicles take a heavy toll on Kenai moose

...than death by bullet or arrow. Hunting regulations restrict harvest to mostly bulls. In contrast, a 1991 study by Gino Del Frate and Ted Spraker found that most vehicle-killed moose on the Kenai are calves (55 percent) and cows (38 percent...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2012-01-27/vehicles-take-a-heavy-toll-on-ke
Outdoors
Devil in the details at brown bear talks

...meeting of the Kenai Brown Bear Stakeholders Group was over how much of that area should be reserved for the bears. Gino Del Frate, a wildlife biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Homer, rated that area as the top priority among...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/022900/new_022800new001.shtml
News
Bear panel debates size of corridors

...Kenai this week. The panel is scheduled to review a draft list of recommendations on conserving the bears in a week. Gino Del Frate, a wildlife biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Homer, told the Kenai Brown Bear Stakeholders...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/030100/wil_030100wil001.shtml
wildlife
Fish waste dominates management discussion

...includes a map of the area, ferry information and bear country basics. Regional Management Coordinator of Fish and Game Gino Del Frate said his agency does not favor killing bears as a management tool, but the public has commented that it would possibly...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-10-27/fish-waste-dominates-management-disc
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Mild winter gives Kenai Peninsula moose a break

...1996. Conversely, after a snowy winter in 1998, Peninsula hunters managed to bag just 350 moose the next fall. Gino Del Frate, a Homer-based wildlife management biologist, said hunters shot about 400 moose in fall 2000. The slight improvement...

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