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Latest Game Items
State wildlife biologists have again killed dozens of bears in an effort to increase the number of available moose for subsistence hunters in part of the western Interior.
The Alaska Board of Game has decided that hunters will not be assisted by remote-controlled eyes in the skies.
Alaska Fish and Game officials killed an Eastern Interior wolf pack last week, and the National Park Service - which had been studying the animals - is none too pleased.
Republicans promoting Gov. C.L. "Butch" Otter's proposed $2 million taxpayer-financed fund to kill wolves hope the cash helps reduce Idaho's population of these canine predators by more than 500 animals, to just 150 wolves in 15 packs.
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