Juneau's "Road Kill Cafe" is open for a new season, and an apparent rise in the deer population could make it a busy one.
Burglars aren't a big concern 17 miles out the road from downtown Juneau. But some people in the neighborhood talk about "bear-glars."
``He was beating on the bars and making a lot of big racket,'' said Pat Lampi, curator of the Anchorage Zoo, who darted the 3a´-year-old bear after he broke into the zoo last week for at least the third time. ``I just call him Trouble because that's certainly what he has been getting into.''
...The cub was one of three whose mother was shot to death along the river in July. Jeff Selinger, Kenai area wildlife biologist for Fish and Game, said biologists discovered the bear had "puncture holes" in one leg. Selinger would not discuss...
ANCHORAGE - When a 300-pound yearling moose stumbled into Calvin Hay's Hillside yard and died this month, he called the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, expecting the carcass would get hauled away.
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