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Coyotes are recent arrivals to Alaska

...Valley, and from east-central Alaska they spread throughout most of the state south of the Yukon River. Several years ago biologist Laura Prugh worked with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to study coyotes in the foothills of the Alaska Range...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/010810/out_544300424.shtml
Outdoors
Record waterfowl numbers counted

...grazing in barley and brome fields. That shattered the old marks of 1,200 cranes and 1,800 geese set two years ago. Biologist and birder John Wright with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game said it was time for the annual peak. ``The...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/082999/Loc_waterfowl.html
Local
The Shorebird's Buffet

...black legs and are slightly larger than Least sandpipers'. The two birds sometimes overlap feeding areas. A few years ago, biologists discovered that Western sandpipers depend heavily on a food source no one knew birds could eat. This paper-thin...

http://juneauempire.com/outdoors/2011-08-04/shorebird%E2%80%99s-buffet
Outdoors
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...grazing in barley and brome fields. That shattered the old marks of 1,200 cranes and 1,800 geese set two years ago. Biologist and birder John Wright with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game said it was time for the annual peak. ``The...

http://www.juneauempire.com/stories/082999/Loc_waterfowl.shtml
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