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...don't like it," he said. About a dozen people in Chalkyitsik signed up for the program the first year, said Bob Stephenson, Fort Yukon area biologist for the Department of Fish and Game. Three hunters reported taking one moose each, even...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061201/Loc_Hunting.shtml
State officials want wood bison to roam in Alaska again

...have rebounded in Canada to about 4,200, biologists said. The idea to bring them back took root in 1991, said Bob Stephenson, the state's wood bison project biologist. Most people then thought the animal had disappeared when the Ice Age...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062407/out_20070624009.shtml
Outdoors
Traditional hunting program has mixed results

...don't like it," he said. About a dozen people in Chalkyitsik signed up for the program the first year, said Bob Stephenson, Fort Yukon area biologist for the Department of Fish and Game. Three hunters reported taking one moose each, even...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/061201/Loc_Hunting.html
Local
Alaska moves ahead with bison reintroduction

...Fairbanks but the prospect of oil and gas development in the region has raised some concerns, said wildlife biologist Bob Stephenson said. Stephenson said the Innoko River Flats in western Alaska might be the most realistic release site at this point...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/030110/sta_569280009.shtml
News
Wood bison are on the comeback in Alaska

...may be able to trade their penned-in world for the Alaska wilderness if proponents led by Fish and Game biologist Bob Stephenson in Fairbanks can remove the few remaining hurdles. Those include: efforts to classify wood bison as a "nonessential...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/042610/sta_623752026.shtml
News
State brings back bison

...group of wood bison will be released in the Minto Flats northwest of Fairbanks in 2010, said state wildlife biologist Bob Stephenson in Fairbanks. "We got them into the state, which is a huge step," said Cathie Harms with the Alaska Department...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/062908/sta_297320056.shtml
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