Alaska's Intensive Predator Management: The Shocking Reality/Part II
Questioning Our Stewardship of Alaska's Wildlife
The following report shows the results of Intensive Management with "wolf control" in Upper Koyukuk Management Area within Game Management Unit 24B in Alaska. This predation control program was authorized by the Alaska Board of Game under 5 AAC 92.124 (c) Note: The criteria for "success" with this program is a harvest of 35-40 moose … Continue reading Alaska’s Intensive Predator Management: The Shocking Reality
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All of these carefully crafted protective measures were designed to ensure that wolves and bears remained as viable components of Alaska's environment.
Urgent Action Needed for Wolves on The Kenai Peninsula
The Board of Game has also practiced intensive management by liberalizing sport hunting regulations, including increasing bag limits from five per season up to 20 per season or 10 per day (as high as 20 a day for wolves in some areas of the state), and liberalizing hunting seasons for predators to increase their "harvest".