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Browsing for answers to moose populations

...those populations are growing rapid enough and we don't want more moose in those areas," state Wildlife biologist Rod Boertje said of Units 20B and 20D. "We know what the nutritional status will be like if we let it grow." The state has also...
Moose population will more than double

...say approximately 120,000 moose calves will be born by the first week of June. Fairbanks moose research biologist Rod Boertje says of that number only about 30,000 will survive a year. Most of the calves that perish will be killed by black...
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Moose with three calves stumps biologists

...Fairbanks) road system and there are newborn calves looking around for mothers," said moose research biologist Rod Boertje with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Fairbanks. "It might just have to bawl a little bit and a cow comes...
Big fire season brings cash, better habitat

...Alaska Department of Fish and Game. The 209,000-acre Vinasale fire near McGrath was particularly welcome, said Rod Boertje, a Fish and Game biologist who concentrates on predator-prey relationships. His studies show predators such as bears...
Juneau Empire Online Local News: Trappers vow boycott if wolves sterilized 8/10/97

...nearly 26,000 animals. The count is highest since the population dropped in the mid-1970s. Research biologist Rod Boertje said the herd's calf survival was the best in several years, based on his examination of aerial photos taken as recently...


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