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Anchorage mayor vetoes law aimed at protecting moose

...sight for the nearly 300,000 residents of Alaska's largest city. Moose feed on natural and ornamental foliage.Rick Sinnott, former state biologist in Anchorage, said the Department of Fish and Game typically receives two or three calls a...

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Alaska mayor vetoes law aimed at protecting moose

...Spiked fences now in place would have had to be removed within five years.Former Department of Fish and Game biologist Rick Sinnott (SIN'-it) says spiked fences impale roaming moose two or three times per year. He says the animals instinctively...

http://juneauempire.com/state/2014-10-30/alaska-mayor-vetoes-law-aimed-protectin
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Alaska Digest

...offer a buffet line for hungry bears. In 1999, the state had to kill a grizzly bear in Eaglewood. In June, biologist Rick Sinnott killed a bear after it twice killed and fed on moose calves in people's yards. "We got to a point where we thought...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/051705/sta_20050517007.shtml
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Anchorage park visitors warned of grizzly bear

...Kincaid's Little Campbell Lake and the Raspberry Road parking lot. Moose calves draw bears, he said. State biologist Rick Sinnott said a man was recently run off by a brown bear sow with cubs at Far North Bicentennial Park. He said that visitors...

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Bear charges jogger twice on city trail

...are very familiar with the salmon cycle, so it's going to be a real attractant," said state wildlife biologist Rick Sinnott. Bears frequent Bicentennial Park this time of year, especially along the north and south forks of Campbell Creek...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/071606/sta_20060716009.shtml
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Wandering brown bear, residents of Anchorage surprise each other

...LaPorte said. LaPorte walked outside and found the 5-foot fence down. "He tore it like tissue paper," he said. Rick Sinnott, a biologist with the state Department of Fish and Game, said the bear probably ran toward the window at an angle...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/080801/sta_bear.shtml
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Alaska Digest

...estimated to be 1,000 pounds or more, try to free themselves from the mesh of antler tines and palms, said biologist Rick Sinnott of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. "They do sometimes break the tines, but these guys were locked into the...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/092604/sta_akdigest.shtml
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Anchorage is no longer rat free

...longer claim to be the largest port city in the Northern Hemisphere without known rat infestations. State biologist Rick Sinnott caught and kille dtwo Norway rats found living at a pond near a South Anchorage school. Professional exterminatiors...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100103/sta_rats.shtml
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Anchorage bear deaths decline in 2002 season

...of bear complaints also has decreased. The reason may have more to do with people than bears, said state biologist Rick Sinnott. For years, wildlife advocates have urged people to keep garbage, birdseed and pet food away from bears. Over the...

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Coyotes killing pets in Anchorage neighborhoods

...Zodiac Manor neighborhood. "My guess is a fair number of those are probably due to coyotes," said state biologist Rick Sinnott, who examined the remains of the puppy. "They're certainly active over there and have shown themselves willing...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/100703/sta_coyotes.shtml
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