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My Turn: Southeast Alaska's sea otters: The restoration of an ecosystem

In 1922, fewer than 1,000 sea otters remained in the north Pacific, barely surviving over 150 years of industrial fur harvest.
Thanks for supporting Alaska Wildlife Alliance

...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
My turn: Unimak wolf decision

The Alaska Department of Fish & Game is disappointed in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's No Action decision regarding wolf control on Unimak Island.
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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
Thank you from Wildlife Wednesdays

...Alliance, go to 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
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My turn: Denali wolf packs need protection now

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.
Thanks for aiding Alaska Wildlife Alliance's rally

...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
A season of wild(life) Wednesdays

...the Alaska Wildlife Alliance, go to, check us out on Facebook, or call me at 523-5402.Tina M. Brown, PresidentAlaska Wildlife Alliance
Neighbors Mailbox: Jan. 30, 2011 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...
My Turn: Board of Game should consider growing wildlife tourism industry

Of the 48 proposals in the Southeast Region Meeting Board of Game proposal book, at least six directly called for increased opportunities for wildlife viewing. Other proposals did so indirectly. Of these six proposals, four failed, no action was taken on two and one passed as amended.


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