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Anchorage woman attacked by wolf

...since been treated at Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and is undergoing a series of rabies shots. State wildlife biologist Mark McNay had little doubt it was a wolf that attacked Wanamaker. "She said it was long legged and very lean," he said...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...types of animal fur, possibly from a moose or deer and a beaver, according to Department of Fish and Game biologist Mark McNay in Fairbanks. ``Although not specifically identified, (the stomach contents) are of animal origin,'' he said...
Dog owners put Valley wolf at risk

...recreation area, but has shown reluctance to cite anyone for harassing or feeding wildlife. State wildlife biologist Mark McNay has studied hundreds of wolves in dozens of packs in his career. McNay has also examined numerous encounters between...
Wolves: Violent? Yes Threat? No

A wildlife biologist told the state game board Wednesday the notion wolves never attack humans is wrong. Mark McNay, a biologist for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, said the panel should examine past instances of wolf aggression when...
Fairbanks expert says wolf killed man

...North America's first documented fatal attack by a wild, healthy wolf or wolves. Sound off on the important issues at Mark McNay testified in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, that he was certain that wolves killed Kenton Carnegie two years ago. McNay...


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