Alaska biologists say wood bison reintroduced to the wild are thriving

State biologists completed an annual survey of the Innoko-Yukon River wood bison population earlier this summer, and they say the results show the animals are doing well six years after a seed group of bison was released in the area.

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With fisherman caught in middle, state and feds promise more cooperation on fishing regulations

The word “confusion” came up a lot in a meeting with state and federal managers to describe the state’s June 28 Kuskokwim River opening.

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Gillnetters will get first shot at record-forecast of Togiak herring

The Alaska Department of Fish & Game projects a biomass of 236,700 tons — the highest forecast since 1993, when the state started to use its current forecasting method.

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Listen: The sound of water droplets freezing at 42 below zero

While temperatures of 40 below zero might send most of us to our couches, Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge biologist Mark Ross grabbed his recorder and some water.

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