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Wildlife group plans continued bear baiting

...3-3 to ban the intentional feeding of bears for hunting purposes. The tie vote meant bear baiting will continue. Paul Joslin of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance said bear baiting does not allow for fair chase. He said the Game Board already recognizes...

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Voters reject land-and-shoot, wildlife initiatives ban

...Legislature in 1996 that they overwhelmingly oppose hunting wolves with the use of an airplane on the same day,'' said Paul Joslin, executive director of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance. ''Now they've told them again.'' Rep. Carl Morgan, R-Aniak...

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Reader recommends some back tracking

...cautious as the tracks may not be as old as one might think. Unless the object is to find the bear, this is especially the occasion to be following the tracks back in time rather than forward. Dr. Paul Joslin Wildlife biologist Anchorage

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Knowles won't approve wolf kill programs without more study

...News. ''He'll stand by until the last moose is eaten by wolves. Then he'll hold a press conference.'' But Paul Joslin with the Alaska Wildlife Alliance said Knowles was taking a wise approach to an emotional issue. ''Before making...

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BOG tables expansion of buffer zone to protect Denali area wolves

...Proponents of the buffer zone were staggered by the game board's action. ''This is a huge disappointment,'' Paul Joslin, executive director of the Wildlife Alliance, the state's largest wildlife preservation group. ''We're shocked...

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State says no protection for orphaned wolf

...Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reported. The trapping season is open until April 30 on state land just outside the park. Paul Joslin, executive director of the alliance, said the group will make an informal appeal to trappers. ''What happens if...

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