...Alliance, go to www.akwildlife.org where our new website is growing every week; check us out on Facebook; and/or call me at 523-5402.Thank you, Juneau, for being such a generous, caring, and supportive community!Tina M. Brown
...the Alaska Wildlife Alliance, go to www.akwildlife.org, check us out on Facebook, or call me at 523-5402.Tina M. Brown, PresidentAlaska Wildlife Alliance
...us at AWA-SE appreciate those who helped to make our garage sale so enjoyable, so beneficial and so successful. Tina M. Brown President, Alaska Wildlife Alliance-Southeast Out of a rut Thank you to the five men who poured out of the Terry...
...Parnell administrations. Subsistence hunters deserve better. Wildlife deserves better. Alaskans deserve better. Tina M. Brown is a Juneau resident and president of the Alaska Wildlife Alliance.
Let me get this straight. We are going to kill beavers in their natural habitat for doing what they naturally do - so we can wear tennis shoes without getting our feet wet in the rain forest. Sound off on the important issues at I am shaking my head in disgust. Tina M. Brown Juneau
...Mary Willson. We are particularly grateful to Pat O'Brien who chaired our Juneau Public Market/raffle committee. Tina M. Brown President, Alaska Wildlife Alliance-Southeast
...making those calls to legislators, and keep writing those letters to editors statewide. Our voices must be heard. Tina M. Brown AWA Board Member and Event and Rally Organizer Juneau
...in recent years. It seems that the most insidious predators in our state are those legislators who are clearly hunting down the rights of Alaskans to control our own state policies. Don't let them get away with it. Tina M. Brown Juneau
Former of Fish & Game Conservation Director Corey Rossi's wildlife violations are an embarrassment to Alaska, a disgrace to the Parnell administration, an insult to the good people who work at Fish & Game and an affront to all Alaskans.
Recently, Coke Wallace, a Healy trapper, placed a horse carcass on state land near the northeastern border of Denali National Park to attract wolves; he then set snares around the area and left. His tactics were legal and successful.
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