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Arrow removed from Fairbanks moose's nose

...The hunter who shot the moose in late September had called to report the injured animal, assistant area biologist Tony Hollis said. The hunter said he had a clean shot at the animal's heart but it moved its head at the last second.Hollis...
Bear sealer knows bruins inside and out

FAIRBANKS - Tony Hollis can tell a lot about a bear just by looking at its hide, teeth, nose and ears. The big black bear that Roger Piek brought in...
Alaska biologists may stun moose

...rope then but the moose balked, so he cut it six feet from the animal. Alaska Department of Fish and Game biologist Tony Hollis says they haven't been able to catch up to the moose. Fairbanks area biologist Don Young says a Taser may be ideal...
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Warm fall means thinner than normal ice during an antlerless moose hunt on Minto Flats that closed Wednesday night, Fairbanks assistant area biologist Tony Hollis said."Several people I talked to said they didn't have any trouble with ice anywhere," he said. "I talked to...
Moose getting testy in Fairbanks

...eating frozen wood all winter, moose in Fairbanks are start getting a little testy. "They're getting ornery," said Tony Hollis, a technician at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Fairbanks who handles moose calls for the agency. "They're...
Interior hit with ptarmigan invasion

...There's more than we've ever seen," Hendrickson said. In the nine years he has trapped on the Tanana Flats, Tony Hollis of Fairbanks has never seen as many ptarmigan as he has this winter. "I've never seen so many out there," he said...


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