Wolf control near PSG considered by gaming board


Alaska’s Board of Game took a step toward a potential wolf control program on Gravina Island recently when it directed the state to prepare an “operational plan” for the board to consider in March.

Meeting earlier this month in Sitka, the board accepted the feasibility studies completed by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game regarding the potential for wolf control programs on Gravina Island and in limited areas near Petersburg to help boost deer populations.

“We believe that this is a project that the department could accomplish and be successful,” Board Chair Ted Spraker said...

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