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Denali National Park wolf count drops below 50

...estimate of 46 wolves in fall 1986 and is the lowest on record for any spring count.The park's Chief Wildlife Biologist Steve Arthur says the population decline can be attributed to low snowfall, which made it easier for prey to flee from the wolves...
Death from above a really good scavenger. How often do you see a golden eagle at a garbage dump?" Alaska Fish and Game biologist Steve Arthur found that golden eagles are significant predators of Dall sheep lambs in the Central Alaska Range. The lambs are born...
In the spotlight

...graduate student at the University of British Columbia, teamed up with Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Steve Arthur of Fairbanks. Prugh's goal was to examine how the snowshoe hare population cycle affected coyotes, and how in turn...
The young have it tough

...pairs are very territorial and will keep the immature birds out of the territory, said Alaska Fish and Game biologist Steve Arthur. I d guess that s even more so when food is scarce and hares are low. McIntyre said exposure to territorial adult...
Hunter bags 'three-horned' Dall sheep

...the third horn on Keech's sheep had no bone structure underneath. It is attached to the skull only by soft tissue. Steve Arthur, the department's Dall sheep expert, has seen and heard of similar growths on sheep but said they are rare. The...


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