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Team to tackle problem of disappearing king salmon

...research and expects additional money to be allocated.Campbell said the state is working closely with the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife and the National Marine Fisheries Service on the chinook problem and that collaboration will continue...
New park becomes outdoor lab

...teachers and students worked this summer with the nonprofit organization Trail Mix, city engineers and the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife to turn what once was a gravel pit behind the Juneau Police Department station in Lemon Creek into an outdoor...
Alaska, Russia work to improve walrus count

...walrus population is unknown. We really have no idea," said Douglas Burn, a wildlife biologist with the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife in Anchorage. Without some basic knowledge, it is impossible for scientists to advise policy makers on...
Setting the record straight for projects

...such as city planning and zoning, city engineering, the Alaska Department of Natural Resources, the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Army Corps of Engineers. We also held three public meetings in which we could address neighbors...
Activists sue to protect Alaska otters

...The Center for Biological Diversity on March 3 sent a letter of notice to the Interior Department and the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife that said if no action was taken the group would sue, again. "They didn't respond to it at all...
Alaska polar bear sent to New York zoo

...Bear Species Survival Plan. Twenty-two-year-old Nanuq and his twin, Norton, were rescued by the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife after they were orphaned near Wales on Alaska's Seward Peninsula. The Oscar Meyer Co. donated the use...
Biologists escape Aleutian island just before volcano erupts

...from the island Wednesday, but a helicopter that was to have rescued them had mechanical problems. A U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife boat was too far away, and there was no immediate response from a call to fisherman for help, said Poppy...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Frontiers News: Faded fad leads to possible lizard law 6/14/98

...Barrett, president of the Los Angeles Animal Regulation Commission. Joe Ventura, an inspector for the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife at the Port of Los Angeles, said about 2,000 South American iguanas come through each month, although...
Emitt LeRoy Soldin

...mechanic for Alaska Coastal Airlines in Juneau. In 1953-60 Soldin worked as a pilot mechanic for the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife Service in Juneau where he flew a Grumman Goose. He later worked for the Federal Aviation Administration...


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