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Disease kills hundreds of seabirds in Alaska

...The Anchorage Daily News reported."It's super, super common," said Kimberlee Beckmen, a Fish and Game wildlife veterinarian. "The only unusual part is us finding a die-off in Alaska."Most of the birds turned up on a 10-mile beach...
Alaska Science Forum: Mystery of the South Fork wolf

...of Fish and Game Office in Fairbanks. There, wildlife veterinarian Kimberlee Beckmen will examine it and perhaps...delicate pattern into the snow.Next week: the wildlife veterinarian solves the mystery.? Ned Rozell is a science...
Experts baffled by die-off of Interior's red-capped finches

...salmonellosis, but preliminary cultures did not confirm the presence of the bacteria. Kimberlee Beckman, a wildlife veterinarian with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, sent tissues from dead redpolls to the state public health lab last...
Prince of Wales Island bat tests positive for rabies

...threat to humans, but rabies is a serious health threat, because it can kill you," said Kimberlee Beckmen, wildlife veterinarian for the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Little is known about how far Alaska bats travel or how many bats...
Out and About

...30 p.m., at the club near Aurora Basin. Jan. 21: Presentation on West Nile virus by Kimberlee Beckmen, wildlife veterinarian for Fish and Game in Fairbanks, 7 p.m., Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School library. Sponsored by the Juneau...
No rabies found in wolves blamed in teacher death

...32-year-old Perryville teacher, was killed while jogging last week. The wolves were examined by the state wildlife veterinarian and by microbiologists at the Alaska State Virology Laboratory. A hunt for additional wolves was called off...
Biologists: Chronic wasting disease unlikely here

...disease has not migrated north. "We don't think we have it but we want to be ready if it does appear," said wildlife veterinarian Kimberly Beckman. "It's on everybody's mind: What's Fish and Game going to do about CWD? A lot of people...
Wolf that attacked sled dogs had rabies

...confirmed the 17-month-old female wolf was positive for the rabies virus. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Wildlife veterinarian Kimberlee Beckmen said it is possible other wolves in the pack also have the disease. "Rabies virus is present...
3 moose confirmed dead from chokecherry, yew can be toxic to animals with segmented stomachs. It's danger to cattle is well-documented, said state wildlife veterinarian Dr. Kimberlee Beckmen, and goats, deer and moose also are at risk. When buds are chewed and swallowed, they...
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Pigeons in peril: Is salt the culprit?

...Friday and Sunday downtown looking for samples of dead pigeons. He found two, which he sent to the department's wildlife veterinarian in Fairbanks. Eaglechat Check out the local bird-watchers' chat site at


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