Sunday, July 21, 2024

Tag: moose

Alaskatarian: Make No Moosetake

When I first moved to Cordova, over ten years ago, I was a vegetarian. In fact, I had been vegan for years, eating no animal...

NPS announces winter federal subsistence hunt

A winter federal subsistence hunt for a quota of seven bull moose is slated for a portion of Unit 11 of Wrangell-St. Elias National...

Bull moose hunt ends

Registration permit hunt RM164 for bull moose in game management unit 6B closed at midnight on Sept. 26 by emergency order of the Alaska...

Cordova Chronicles: Historic Adams Avenue receives major repairs

Anyone who has survived driving through lake-size puddles at the conjunction of Adams Avenue and Main Street following heavy rains or slushy winter storms...

Museum Memories

It took until 1951 for the first moose calves to be released on the Delta. The first successful calf born on the Copper River...

Museum Memories

In 1947, the early members of Cordova formed an Isaac Walton league for Cordova determined to bring moose to the Copper River Delta. Merle...

Successful Applicants: 2018 Federal Subsistence Moose Permits for Unit 6C

Bull Moose Permits   Allison, David L. Anderson, Virginia F. Borodkin, Jacob M. Bullis, Ralph G. Carlson, Ann M. Carson, Steven H. Chappell, Warren Clark, Darlene M. Cunningham, Robert M. Dudley, Nora E. Eckley, Robert R. Esguerra,...

Alaska man, boy die when snowmobile crashes into moose

ANCHORAGE — Two people died in a rural Alaska village when their snowmobile struck a moose. Alaska State Troopers say the weekend crash occurred in...

Alaska officials say moose calves died from poisonous plant

ANCHORAGE — Two moose calves found dead in Anchorage last week likely died from eating poisonous plants, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game...

This Week in Photos: Happy Hunting!

Flash back in honor of opening day of moose harvest. Cordova kids help Dustin Cook with his subsistence moose harvest along the Copper River...