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Predator control program takes aim at black bears

...science," Lyon said. "We are not going to support predator control done with bad science." Game board chairman Cliff Judkins did not immediately return a call for comment. Tom Banks, Alaska associate for Defenders of Wildlife, a group fighting...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041107/sta_20070411019.shtml
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Alaska editorial: Palin needs to commit to wolf-control methods

...the governor and Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Denby Lloyd late last month, Alaska Board of Game Chairman Cliff Judkins asks the administration to allow state biologists to use helicopters and pick up where terrible weather conditions...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/041807/opi_20070418016.shtml
Opinion
Helicopter gunners part of wolf control plan

...said. The last administration drew the line at allowing helicopters because it was too politically volatile, said Cliff Judkins, Game Board chairman. John Toppenberg, head of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance, said he wouldn't support the program...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031107/sta_20070311021.shtml
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State Briefs

...Peter Buist, both of Fairbanks, Ted Spraker of Soldotna, Michael Fleagle of McGrath, Ron Somerville of Juneau, and Cliff Judkins of Wasilla to the Board of Game. Fairbanks-Northstar Borough Assembly member Cynthia Hayes, former Fairbanks Mayor...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011703/sta_briefs.shtml
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Gov. ponders wolf control

...amendment. Somerville, a commercial fisherman and guide, replaces Bennett. Somerville will serve until March 1, 2005. Cliff Judkins, of Wasilla, is the former owner of the Crown Point Lodge at Moose Pass and serves on the Susitna fish and game advisory...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/011903/sta_legwolves.shtml
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My Turn: A bad predator control plan

...EA stakeholder meeting asked FWS to adopt the "No Action" alternative. The article quotes Board of Game Chairman Cliff Judkins saying, "ANILCA requires the federal government to consider subsistence use as the highest priority." This statement...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032811/opi_806547125.shtml
Opinion
Alaska Digest

...day of a 14-day meeting in Fairbanks to consider changes to state hunting and trapping regulations. Board member Cliff Judkins of Wasilla said he supported "the necessity" of calf hunts in some areas. "If you can put it in the freezer instead...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/030504/sta_akdigest.shtml
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Game board continues wolf protection zone near Denali

...and Ted Spraker of Kenai voted to retain the buffer zone while Fairbanks' Pete Buist, Ron Somerville of Juneau and Cliff Judkins of Wasilla voted against it. Somerville, former head of the state's game division, said advocates of the buffer...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/031104/sta_statewolf.shtml
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Hunts for cow moose allowed

...issued. If there are surplus moose to harvest, the state owes it to hunters to make them available, said board member Cliff Judkins of Wasilla. "A lot of people in Alaska are having a hard time finding moose because they can't get to where they...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/032006/sta_20060320007.shtml
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My Turn: A bad predator control plan

...EA stakeholder meeting asked FWS to adopt the "No Action" alternative. The article quotes Board of Game Chairman Cliff Judkins saying, "ANILCA requires the federal government to consider subsistence use as the highest priority." This statement...

http://juneauempire.com/opinion/2011-03-27/my-turn-bad-predator-control-plan
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