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Subsistence use of brown bear in the Bristol Bay area

Steven Behnke

Subsistence use of brown bear in the Bristol Bay area

a review of available information

by Steven Behnke

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Published by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence in Dillingham, Alaska .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. Anchorage : University of Alaska, Artic Environmental Information and Data Center, 1982? 1 microfiche : negative ; 11 x 15 cm.

Statementby Steven R. Behnke.
SeriesTechnical report / Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence ;, no. 46
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 84/120 (S)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination6 leaves.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2968170M
LC Control Number84214261

Bristol Bay area takes Alaska spotlight May Proposed Refuge could protect Bristol Bay fish and wildlife When it comes to fish, one region of Alaska towers above all others: Bristol Bay and its rivers and streams. Bristol Bay is Alaska’s most productive commercial red salmon fish-ery. The Kvichak and Nushagak-Mulchatna River drainages. Land Sales, Permits, and Leases. On side channel of Togiak River in Bristol Bay 3 miles from Janu PORTION OF U.S. SURVEY Approximately 10 miles southwest of Village of Ivanof Bay, good Brown Bear Janu TRACT 8, TINY SUBDIVISION.

  Here Are The 6 Best Places In Alaska To Live Off The Land. Each one of these six places in Alaska made the list of the best places to hunt in the last frontier by Remington If you’re going to live off the land, these remote slices of rugged paradise will provide you with a first class ticket to some of the most ample sources of food in the last frontier.   The Alagnak River flows from the Katmai National Forest into Bristol Bay. Considered by many to offer the Best Fishing, Nature Photography, and Bear Watching in the World. The Alagnak river flows through a wild land of captivating landscapes, abundant wildlife, and cultural heritage. Meandering down the braided river.

"Brown bear, Brown bear, What do you see? I see a red bird Looking at me. Red bird Red bird What do you see? I see a yellow duck Looking at me So this goes on Each two pages has one big bold colourful artwork of animals. Introduction to some animals and birds and some colours. Read more/5(K). Chapter 3 - Region 6: Nushagak, Mulchatna 3 - 90 September Bristol Bay Area Plan The Region displays a variety of landscapes, including mountains, fast-flowing rivers, tundra, marshy lowlands, and ponds. The glacial valleys of the Wood River Mountains and the Shotgun Hills open into the broad rolling Bristol Bay Size: KB.


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Subsistence use of brown bear in the Bristol Bay area by Steven Behnke Download PDF EPUB FB2

Behnke, Steven R. Subsistence Use of Brown Bear in the Bristol Bay Area: A Review of Available Information. Technical Paper. Brelsford, Taylor, Raymond Peterson, and Terry L.

Haynes. An Overview of Resource Use Patterns in the Central Kuskokwim: Aniak, Crooked Creek, and Red Devil. Technical Paper No. Charnley, Susan. Finfish in Bristol Bay may be taken for subsistence purposes only by Alaskan residents. To subsistence fish for salmon one subsistence salmon permit per household per year is required.

The total salmon harvest by all members of the household must be recorded on the permit and returned to ADF&G at the end of the season. SUBSISTENCE HARVESTS AND USES OF CARIBOU, MOOSE, AND BROWN BEAR IN 12 ALASKA PENINSULA COMMUNITIES, and /97 Theodore M.

Krieg, James A. Unit 9B Brown Bear. Revise permit requirement and harvest quota 4. WP Unit 9B, C, 9C remainder Moose. BRISTOL BAY SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Meeting Minutes FebruaryBristol Bay Times Travis Ellison ADF&G. Because of abundant salmon, brown bear densities in the Bristol Bay region may range from 40 to per km 2, an order of magnitude more than in other areas of North America.

Thirty‐two species or subspecies of shorebirds occur in the Bristol Bay watershed, 16 of which are of high conservation : Robert M. Hughes. ———. Subsistence Use of Brown Bear in the Bristol Bay Area. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence.

Technical Report Dillingham, Alaska. ———. Bristol Bay Subsistence Fisheries: Status Report. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Subsistence.

Technical Report Dillingham, Size: 1MB. The Bristol Bay area consists of all waters of Bristol Bay including drainages enclosed by a line from Cape Newenham on the west side to Cape Menshikof on the Alaska Peninsula on the east.

This is the shallowest area of the Bering Sea. Brown Bear / Grizzly Bear Hunting. The brown bear has a statewide distribution in Alaska. As far as trophy hunters are concerned, brown bears and grizzlies are two different animals, and this distinction is carried forward in both the Boone & Crockett and the Safari Club International records books.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Alaska Bear Viewing We offer a variety of wildlife and photographic trips in the Katmai, Lake Clark National Parks and many other places in the Bristol Bay area.

Our trips are very different than other wilderness lodges. Alaska Brown Bear Hunting Big Bear Hunting in Alaska. When Alaska Brown Bear Hunting with Alaska Elite Outfitters in the Bristol Bay area you will be provided a top quality Brown Bear use many different hunting methods to harvest Brown Bears.

For Example, Bears love scavenging on winter kill moose and caribou carcasses in the Spring time after ice out and as a result of this it is an.

Subsistence fishing contact infomration for Alaska Bering Sea Subsistence Fishing, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Contacts, Alaska Bering Sea Subsistence Fishing, Alaska Department of Fish. Boundary Descriptions GMU 9. Game Management Unit 9 consists of the Alaska Peninsula and adjacent islands, including drainages east of False Pass, Pacific Ocean drainages west of and excluding the Redoubt Creek drainage, drainages into the south side of Bristol Bay, drainages into the north side of Bristol Bay east of Etolin Point, and including the Sanak and Shumagin Islands, and all seaward.

Book 'Alaska Brown Bear Hunt' directly from the outfitter now. Log in / Sign up. Ekwok is located in the Bristol Bay area along the Nushagak River. Being able to enjoy the outdoors and a living a subsistence lifestyle is something that I have been grateful for and continue to pass on to my children.

Whether it is hunting, fishing, checking. 16 eligibility for the subsistence brown bear hunt in Unit 17 9B, but to overtly acknowledge the Park residents who 18 don't live in named resident zone communities, and to 19 alphabetize the resident zone communities.

And the new 20 proposed regulation, I'll read it to you, and it's in 21 your book. The outfitting territory encompasses o square miles of untouched Alaskan wilderness, bordering Bristol Bay and the Togiak Wildlife Refuge.

This vast hunting area consists of a combination of state park concessions, native lease lands and state owned areas where the brown bear.

Tony Russ has a pretty good book out on Brown Bear hunting. We all shoot good with a rest so practice alot of off hand shooting out to yds. Have fun and I hope you shoot a BIG ONE. • The Bristol Bay Native Corporation controls the subsurface rights of most land owned by the village corporations, while the village retains surface rights.

• The vast majority of the Bristol Bay region's land remains undeveloped, with subsistence being the primary land use. Alasa Peninsula Huntin Unit 9 National Park Service (NPS) areas—For subsistence use, national parks and monuments are open only to NPS qualified subsistence users.

Subsistence users must be local rural residents of NPS areas. For more information, contact. Federal Subsistence Regional Advisory Council Meeting 5 Meeting Minutes MINUTES Bristol Bay Subsistence Regional Advisory Council MarchBristol Bay Borough Chambers Naknek, Alaska Call to Order Meeting called to order by Chair Molly Chythlook.

Madame Chair Chythlook requested the Coordinator to conduct the Council roll call. In andbrown bear subsistence hunting seasons were significantly liberalized in southwest Alaska. In recognition of the potential danger of this liberalization, the state and federal regulatory boards concurrently stipulated a research program to determine bear density and harvestable surplus in a representative portion of the area.BRISTOL BAY SUBSISTENCE REGIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL Meeting Minutes OctBBNA Val Larson Conference Room Dillingham, Alaska Call to order by vice Chair Morris Lyon Meeting called to order by vice Chair Nanci Morris Lyon.

Roll Call Peter Abrahm, Daniel O’Hara, Nanci Morris Lyon, Dan Dunaway, Thomas Hedlund, Richard Wilson.Alaska’s Bristol Bay Sportfishing & Adventure lodge, built on tradition, experience, and warm Alaskan hospitality, invites you to experience personalized Alaska fishing with family and friends in an angling paradise—The Best Wilderness Fishing or Bear Viewing Trip of your life!.

Bristol Bay Sportfishing & Adventure Lodge is a family-operated lodge with a long history in Alaska, beginning.