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Police euthanize bear after it was hit by car

...messed up," she said.Campbell wasn't able to comment on the condition of the bear.The Department of Fish and Game biologist who responded to the call was not available to comment Thursday.Several bears are killed in car crashes in the capital...
A new season of wildlife on Wednesdays

...Nov. 4, is local naturalist, author and photographer Bob Armstrong. He is a former Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist and University of Alaska Southeast professor. Armstrong will be talking about the frequently fascinating ways adults...
Wood bison finding home in Alaska

...from about 10,000 years ago until they disappeared.In 1991, a Fort Yukon resident told now-retired Fish and Game biologist Bob Stephenson his mother had stories about bison living near the village. Elders interviewed from 1991 - 2000 in...
Man used phone to call 911 after bear attack

...happened, and neighbors later learned of the attack after a helicopter and other emergency vehicles arrived.A Fish and Game biologist was among the officials who inspected the vicinity. The biologist was unable to identify the area where the attack...
Warm water, low rivers killing fish in Anchorage, Mat-Su

...and Susitna valleys.Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists have recorded water temperatures as high as 74 degrees...of single-year weather conditions. And Fish and Game biologists say water temperatures are cooling down from their...
Wood bison bulls take barge

...bulls safely the way the cows and calves were," Harms said. "We had to have them anesthetized."Two Fish and Game biologists are accompanying the bulls on the barge. A key consideration is overheating. Each container carries an air conditioning...
March 13 Fireside Lecture to focus on bats

...Lecture on Friday, March 13 addresses new research on bats, our only flying mammal. Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologists Karen Blejwas and Michael Kohan will explain the impacts of White-Nose Syndrome and how Little Brown Bats in Alaska...
Flipping Douglas Island

...population suffers, so too would the area's wolves, whose primary food source is deer.Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Ryan Scott says the wolf population on Douglas Island has just started to rebound. It's believed a few adults...
2015 Fireside lectures begin today

...well as possible solutions.The last lecture for the month of February will feature Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Anthony Crupi talk about the Chilkoot River's brown bears. On Feb. 27, the University of Alaska Southeast glacial...
Fireside Lectures begin Friday

...the changes that are shrinking our glaciers and creating unusual storms. Feb. 20: Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Anthony Crupi will discuss large brown bears foraging for salmon in Haines' Chilkoot River.Feb. 27: The University...


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