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Judge refuses to stop wolf-killing program

...ill-advised aerial gunning program will continue before a complete examination of all the facts can take place," Karla Dutton, director of the Alaska office of Defenders of Wildlife, a national group with more than 800,000 members, said...
Groups request to weigh in on whale lawsuit

...launching frivolous lawsuits instead of supporting the findings of government scientists and helping the whales recover. Karla Dutton, Defenders of Wildlife's Alaska director, said the Cook Inlet belugas won't recover without the help the ESA provides...
State puts bounty on wolves to boost predator control

...Bounties have no place in modern wildlife management and undoubtedly would lead to the illegal killing of wolves," Karla Dutton, director of the group's Alaska office, said in a statement. Previously, the only reward was a wolf pelt they...
State sues to overturn beluga whale listing

...that's keeping them from rebounding." The 2008 federal aerial count figure was 375 whales and the 2009 was 321, said Karla Dutton of Defenders of Wildlife in Alaska, showing a continued downward trend. Doug Vincent-Lang, endangered species coordinator...
Scientists catalog individual beluga whales in Cook Inlet

...for the good of the species and an Alaska Pacific University professor who is studying the whales' acoustic world. Karla Dutton, Alaska director of Defenders of Wildlife, said the purpose of the event was to give people "a clearer picture in...


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