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...possibility of above average deer mortality and might consider trimming hunting days in 2016, said Dan Bergeron, a state wildlife biologist. Minnesota and Wisconsin also have taken steps in recent years to try to replenish deer herds hit hard by winter...
Bear kills threaten Kenai hunt

...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 season, he said...
State considers cow hunt to curb growing caribou herd

...Killey River subset is the largest, numbering 632 in an aerial survey conducted this month by Ted Spraker, a state wildlife biologist. ''It's really, really taken off,'' Spraker said. Caribou once were native to the Kenai Peninsula but...
Moose season begins statewide

...staple as far as big game animals,'' said state wildlife biologist Bob Hunter at the state Department of Fish and...the freezer, you think about moose,'' said state wildlife biologist Don Young. An average Alaska bull moose yields...
Hunter recalls mauling by Kodiak bear

...bandage covering the wound. You had to look closely at his scalp to even see the stitches. Moretz believes, and state wildlife biologist Larry Van Daele in Kodiak agrees, that the bear who charged him was probably defending cubs in her den. Van...
Cantwell area advisory committee resigns

...Unit 13, which is bisected by the Denali Highway and is one of the most heavily hunted areas in the state. State wildlife biologist Bob Tobey with the Department of Fish and Game in Glennallen is the area management supervisor. Tobey said he...
Not all hunters approve of calf moose hunt

...the last several years. ''It's hard for the bull population to sustain that kind of pressure,'' said state wildlife biologist Don Young. John Giuchici is another Tanana Flats moose hunter who opposes the calf hunts. ''I've never...


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