...some for sleeping, some for sitting and feeding - and for guarding over its territory. Riley Woodford is a writer for the Division of Wildlife Conservation at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game in Juneau.
Gun-toting fishermen, brown bears and sockeye salmon are sharing close quarters at Sweetheart Creek, a popular fishing stream 40 miles south of Juneau.
"They're built for killing," said Fairbanks wildlife biologist Jack Whitman, who studied golden eagles in Idaho.
Very little has been known about the mountain goats that roam the steep coastal mountains north of Berners Bay, but that's starting to change.
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