Wolf Season Open Longer in Parts of Southeast May 7, 2011 Alaska

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Wolf Season Open Longer in Parts of Southeast May 7, 2011 Alaska Management Alaska Public Radio Network

The wolf-hunting season is open a month longer than usual in parts of central and southern Southeast this year because of concerns over low deer numbers. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game says the season will remain open until May 31. ...Petersburg Wildlife Biologist Rich Lowell says wolf predation is one of the reasons deer populations have declined in game management unit three, around Petersburg and Wrangell.


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