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...smaller than mainland wolves."As the old-growth is logged, there's less habitat for the deer which means there is less food for the wolves and the hunters," said Rebecca Noblin, Alaska director for the center.The status of the wolf is under...

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Bears out, but reports fewer than previous years

...residents need to make sure they don't lapse in minimizing attractants. Selinger said people should try to make even less food available so bears in the area will pass through.If the season follows the typical pattern, the department will likely...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-05-19/bears-out-but-reports-fewer-than-pre
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Assembly urges less highway clear-cutting

...So we do think that the more sight distance that you provide, the more solar gain you can shed on the highway and the less food stuff you can bring to the highway is all good for the safety of the driver." Brian Smith can be reached at brian...

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Board of Game loosens moose harvest regulations

...those animals die anyway," he said. "If you carry more animals on that type of range, there is going to be even less food per individual, so you are going to even potentially drive that population down further."Moreover, Selinger said...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-03-19/board-of-game-loosens-moose-harvest-
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Disaster Kit Necessities

...extra. Adults can live for weeks without food, but water is far more important. It is better to store more water and less food than vice versa. Water should be kept tightly sealed in shatterproof containers. While federal agencies recommend changing...

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Alaska pinks used for food aid programs

...pinks soon. As food prices rise in the United States, the world's dominant donor for food aid, the USDA has purchased less food than in past years, USDA data shows. Schactler said so far this has not affected the move of wild Alaska pinks into...

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Cuts to food stamps could leave thousands hungry

...January, the church has seen an increase in the number of families seeking assistance. "Well ... they just would get less food, because we don't have enough food to begin with," Miller said. "We'd still do what we could; we'd likely...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2012-06-29/cuts-to-food-stamps-could-leave-thou
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State official says reports already received of bruins in Cooper Landing, Sterling

...over the past few nights." Lewis said this season's mildness has produced less wildlife fatalities and, in turn, less food for bears to feast on. "This year my prediction is for more bear sightings and bear incidents," Lewis said. "There...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/032501/new_0325010006.shtml
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Taking 'big mamas' doesn't hurt resource, say scientists

...density or crowding effect. Hare compared the North Pacific Ocean to an aquarium tank. The more fish you put in, the less food they can get.Sugpiaq Alutiiq also have a reason why they don't take big halibut: they don't taste as good."The...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2011-08-04/taking-big-mamas-doesnt-hurt-resourc
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Small size of salmon fry in Skilak Lake troubles biologists

...deep as it once did, creating a kind of domino effect on the food chain. Less sunlight slows algae growth, which means less food for the microscopic shrimplike zooplankton to eat. Salmon fry feed on zooplankton in fall to stay alive through the dark...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/120301/ala_120301alapm0020001.shtml
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