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Airport, residents have at it over trees

...residents interested in the issue plus audience members, and most focused on the proposal to cut the trees. Panelist Bill Wilmoth, who worked on a recent federal study that recommended clear-cutting the woodland, defended the proposal, saying...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/111601/Loc_airport.shtml
Local
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...calls ``a clear and present danger'' is being studied. U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Service biologist Bill Wilmoth is four months into a year-long wildlife hazard management study for the airport and is in basic agreement with Reiger...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080899/Loc_birds.shtml
Biologists kill gulls to protect airplanes

...Management's permit to boost the number of gulls shot legally over the city dump at Lemon Creek to 150. Wildlife biologist Bill Wilmoth, who works for the U.S. Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, said killing gulls is the only way to reduce...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022306/loc_20060223021.shtml
News
Airport, wetlands meeting

...meeting. Airport manager Al Heese, field maintenance supervisor Ralph Sanford, and Wildlife Hazards Assessment author Bill Wilmoth will be available to discuss issues related to the airport. Wilmoth's May 2001 report makes several controversial...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061101/Ope_Letter1.html
Opinion
Are birds a hazard at the airport?

...calls ``a clear and present danger'' is being studied. U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Service biologist Bill Wilmoth is four months into a year-long wildlife hazard management study for the airport and is in basic agreement with Reiger...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080899/Loc_birds.html
Local
Managing wildlife near the airport is complex

...plans. This isn't the first time Mr. Sanford was scheduled to attend a meeting on airport issues but did not show. Bill Wilmoth, a biologist from the Department of Agriculture assigned to the airport and in charge of the hazing program, did attend...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061401/Ope_AirportWildlife.html
Opinion
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...meeting. Airport manager Al Heese, field maintenance supervisor Ralph Sanford, and Wildlife Hazards Assessment author Bill Wilmoth will be available to discuss issues related to the airport. Wilmoth's May 2001 report makes several controversial...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061101/Ope_Letter1.shtml
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...plans. This isn't the first time Mr. Sanford was scheduled to attend a meeting on airport issues but did not show. Bill Wilmoth, a biologist from the Department of Agriculture assigned to the airport and in charge of the hazing program, did attend...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061401/Ope_AirportWildlife.shtml
Empire editorial: Sea gulls aren't the biggest problem

...By this week the arrangement seemed to be working, as dump managers said the garbage was bird-free. Biologist Bill Wilmoth of APHIS said a combination of lethal actions and harmless deterrents had cleared the dump and the air. But he acknowledged...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/022606/opi_20060226001.shtml
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