Peninsula is no place for predator management

I was shocked to learn that the Board of Game is requesting ADF&G to consider an aerial wolf hunting program on the Kenai Peninsula (letter to the editor, Sept. 23). If there ever was a place that should remain free of aerial wolf hunting given its heavy recreational use and important wildlife values, I would think that the Kenai Peninsula is it. The Kenai is no place for this kind of "predator management"; the facts don't support it and neither should we.

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All smokers beware

Peter Micciche is at it again with SB63 to stop smoking in all public places statewide, to have clean air in all work... Read more

Thanks to the Kenai River Brown Bears

Since 2009, the Kenai River Brown Bears went “Pink in the Rink” and auctioned custom game jerseys to benefit the Central Peninsula Health Foundation cancer... Read more

There’s a limit to ‘more fish’

Here’s some news.

Fishing can be an addiction regardless as to what type of fishing you do. The addiction can be fueled by internal or... Read more

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