Tag: biologists

Black bear research in Prince William Sound

Editor’s note: This article first appeared in the January edition of Alaska Fish and Wildlife News.Tucked into crevices and caves on two islands in...

Applications due for fisheries monitoring program

Applications are due by Jan. 31 for the Office of Subsistence Management 2020 Partners for Fisheries Monitoring Program to strengthen Alaska Native and rural...

Warm water was big driver in historically low harvest

In a year woefully down on commercial salmon harvests, the Copper River catch proved the second lowest in 100 years, while the statewide catch...

BSAI shellfish season opens Oct. 15

Crab catches dominate Alaska’s fish news in early October as boats gear up for mid-month openers in the Bering Sea.As expected, crabbers will see...

Coghill chum harvest at 1.8 M

Harvest of chum and sockeye salmon in the Coghill district of Prince William Sound reached an estimated 1,777,250 and 172,799 fish respectively as of...

Herring forecast will allow for 24,042-ton harvest

State biologists have issued a forecast of 136,756 tons of biomass in the Togiak herring fishery, clearing the way for a total allowable harvest...

Biologists survey Steller sea lions in western Aleutians

Marine mammal biologists with the Alaska Fisheries Science Center are embarked through mid-July on a survey of endangered Steller sea lions in the western...
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