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McGrath bear effort deemed a success

...removal of 35 bears from a 520-square-mile area. Only one of those calves was killed by a bear, said biologist Mark Keech with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Wolves have killed three calves and three have died from non-predation...

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State Briefs

...least four are within sniffing distance, a state biologist said. "They're making their way back," said biologist Mark Keech with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Fairbanks. The state spent $60,000 to capture and relocate 90 bears...

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State Briefs

...as many as in 2001 and 2002. "That's really as good as we had hoped for," said Fish and Game research biologist Mark Keech. "We thought if we could decrease calf mortality by 50 percent (by removing the bears), that would be a reasonable...

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Alaska Digest

...for several years when all the calves we saved now start producing their own calves," said state wildlife biologist Mark Keech. Keech said the calves should be producing their own calves in two or three years. The goal of the program is to increase...

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Alaska Digest

...At this point, we can say it certainly looks like we're going to see increased summer survival," said biologist Mark Keech, who spearheaded the project for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. "Whether or not wolves will kill those extra...

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