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Empire Editorial: Trappers and hikers can coexist

...backcountry? Yes. Do we support lawful and ethical trapping? Yes.We also believe that just like the responsible deer hunter who wears hunter orange, there's more the trapping community can do to announce their presence to others.There's...
Off the Beaten Path: Berrymania

...ago I set out with a bucket to see what all the hype was about. Walking up the Eaglecrest road, I met some fleeing deer hunters who warned me of aggressive and reckless berry pickers in the mountains. Seeing I was determined to continue, they...
Off the Beaten Path: Gifts of deer

...anything other than hunt, the end of deer season is always the roughest. There was talk at one time of setting up a Deer Hunters Anonymous support group so folks could express their feelings, all in a secure and nonjudgmental environment. The...
Police & Fire for Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013

...Juneau said in an online dispatch that at about 4:12 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7, wildlife troopers were checking deer hunters returning to Auke Bay harbor. Mclean Steadman, 42, of Juneau, was contacted with one deer. It was determined Steadman...
UAS Sitka offers Natural History Seminar Series talk on deer hunting

...Hunting in Southeast Alaska." The presentation is free and open to the public."I tell a story about how deer and deer hunters have responded to 60 years of landscape change in Southeast Alaska," Brinkman said. "I explore this topic through...
Sitka blacktail deer lure hunters to the alpine

...Doug Larsen, regional supervisor for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's division of wildlife conservation. Deer hunters in Southeast Alaska should be aware that they face some regulation changes in the 2005 season, Larsen said. First...
Inside the wolf den

...on Prince of Wales Island over the long term. This will cause a chain reaction that will impact all who prey upon deer: hunters, subsistence users, black bears, and wolves," Person said. To better understand the long-term viability and...
Mountain lion sighted in Southeast

KETCHIKAN - A mountain lion has been spotted on Revillagigedo Island, startling deer hunters in the Tongass National Forest. It is the first report of a mountain lion on the island, according to Alaska Department of Fish...
Winds of change?

...itself out house and home. Juneau wildlife advocates and deer hunters have collided over wolf trapping on Douglas Island for...facto ban on wolf hunting on Douglas Island in 2003, deer hunters raised alarm about potential harm to the island's...
Game Board protects wolves on Douglas

...pair or if the seven animals were the whole pack. Some deer hunters feared that protecting wolves would lead to a growing...enjoyed by thousands of residents and visitors. But deer hunter Leon Shaul, who is a fisheries biologist, was concerned...


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