Wolf, Moose, and Deer Hunts Could Change

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Southeast Alaska Subsistence Regional Advisory Council will meet in Juneau this week.

    The Council will meet October 31st – November 2nd at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall at Central Council Tlingit and Haida building at 320 W. Willoughby Avenue in Juneau. The meeting will begin at 8:30 a.m. daily.

    The Council will review proposals to change Federal subsistence hunting and trapping regulations and discuss other issues related to subsistence in the Southeast Region. 11 different items are on the agenda. They include whether to reduce the annual harvest limit and season for deer in Unit 2, a modification of customary and traditional use determinations for deer in Units 1-5, a modification for hunting and trapping seasons for wolves in Unit 1, and an increase in harvest quotas for wolves in Unit 2. Other items on the agenda include whether to lengthen the hunting and trapping season for wolves, increase the season and harvest limits for black bear, and a modification for moose on the east side of Dangerous River.

    The public is welcome to attend and participate in this meeting. To teleconference into this meeting, dial toll-free (866) 560-5984, then when prompted enter the passcode 12960066.

     

     

     

     

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