Southeast Alaska's Inside Passage is now a precedent-setting wildlife viewing trail.
When a white bear crossed the path of Juneau photographer Pat Costello on Friday, he understood why the Canadians named such bears after spirits and ghosts.
...the recently reported white bear in Juneau. Matt Robus, deputy director of the state Department of Fish and Game's Wildlife Conservation Division, is quoted "We manage wildlife by populations, not by individual animals." This makes perfect...
The eagles are returning to the Homer Spit, as the "Eagle Lady" has resumed her winter feeding program. The professional photographers and expensive "photo safaris" will follow soon.
Juneau doesn't have a garbage bear problem; Juneau has a garbage people problem, said Laurie Sica, environmental zoning inspector for the city.
Doug Larsen deserves appreciation for a job well done as director of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game's Wildlife Conservation Division. I've dealt with Larsen in both his role as Southeast regional supervisor for the division and his capacity as division director. HE has impressed me with his friendliness, professionalism, conscientiousness and willingness to listen.
HYDER - In a rare predatory attack, a brown bear killed and partially ate a Ketchikan man at a campground near a bear viewing area, Alaska State Troopers said today.
Juneau police, fire officials, hospital officials and state troopers reported:
A bald eagle crashed through a window of a Ketchikan home and landed in the living room, scattering broken glass, feathers and a salmon carcass across the floor.
Some spending items tucked into the governor's recent state budget proposal are getting cheers from commercial fishermen.
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