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Alaska Science Forum: Solving the mystery of the South Fork wolf, part II

...those wolves had been trapped or shot. The cream-colored wolf now before Beckmen died of an unknown cause. Biologists Tom Paragi and Mike Taras sledded the frozen wolf a few miles in from where it had dropped on a snowmachine trail and lay until...
Alaska Science Forum: Mystery of the South Fork wolf

...said. "I'll tell you right now that it was shot - there's blood on the trail underneath it."At the carcass, Tom Paragi levers the wolf - its stiff legs reaching like a dog in full stretch - out of the snowbank and back onto the trail...
Fertile fires: Forest blazes make way for more wildlife

Tom Paragi wants to see 50,000 acres of Alaska forest burn this summer. "We've planned this fire since 1995 and we're sure hoping...
Browsing for answers to moose populations

FAIRBANKS - Walking through the woods off the Steese Highway about 20 miles north of Fairbanks, Tom Paragi and Don Young were glad they weren't moose. Sound off on the important issues at "You'd want to pack a lunch if you were...
Alaska Science Forum: Alaska's creatures without us

...well without us.Large mammals like moose and caribou on far-away hilltops might not miss us at all, said biologist Tom Paragi with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game."I don't think the remote portions of Alaska would be much different...
Controlled burn considered to boost moose habitat near Fairbanks

...there were willows that had sprouted and were grown up to a height that would be utilized by moose that winter," said Tom Paragi, intensive management coordinator for the Department of Fish and Game in Fairbanks. The burn areas are predominantly...


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