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...biologist would take such measures. As a biologist, I find Rick Sinnott has been a bit trigger happy. We all know that there...like to observe bears ourselves? Isn't it about time Rick Sinnott should be re-assigned to someplace else like maybe...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071207/letters_3073.shtml
Anchorage skiers encounter wide-awake grizzly and other bruins

...witnesses Sunday at Kincaid Park, prompting park workers to post warning signs along several trails. State biologist Rick Sinnott examined some of the 6 1/2-inch-wide prints Monday and concluded that they had been made by an adolescent bear...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/112001/ala_112001alapm0040001.shtml
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Spooked moose runs over trick-or-treaters in Anchorage

...the one involved. Police did not harm the animal, which calmly munched on a tree as officers approached it, said Rick Sinnott, a state Department of Fish and Game biologist. Mark Forbes was in front of his son and daughter as they cut across...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/110101/ala_110101alapm0040001.shtml
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Volunteers control geese the old-fashioned way -- raid the nests

...officials say the program is right on target. Volunteers will go out again in about a week to raid the nests again. Rick Sinnott, a state Department of Fish and Game biologist, said he expects between 300 and 400 eggs to be collected. Back in...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/051301/ala_051301ala0100001.shtml
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Nature would benefit from hands-off strategy

...for most of the region, and in result, the forests have grown to shade out the young aspen and willow. According to Rick Sinnott, former wildlife biologist, many experts agree that habitat, not wolves, limit the moose populations on the Kenai...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2012-03-02/nature-would-benefit-from
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Study finds twilight riskiest for moose-car collisions

...averaged 155 a year since 1994. ''It's the commuters that are hitting them,'' said area management biologist Rick Sinnott. ''And it's in the early morning, and it's during late in the day.'' Over the years, Alaska officials have...

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