To determine the final sentence for Adam Sage, Jacob Lane, Guy Tuzroyluk, and Michael Tuzroyluk, Jr., recommendations from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, and the Native Village of Point Hope were taken into consideration by the presiding judge at the U.S. magistrate court in Fairbanks.
Dune Lankard with the Center for Biological Diversity says the Center was disappointed with NOAA’s announcement regarding Iliamna Lake seals not warranting listing as an endangered species — but, it has not yet decided how it will respond.
A new law in California bans the sale of all ivory products, including walrus ivory.
Many of the animals were found headless, their tusks apparently harvested, and locals say some carcasses were found riddled with bullet holes.
Seal pups are occupying beaches in greater numbers this year, due to a warm winter and earlier breakup of sea ice.
This January, Story49 features Jeremiah James of Yakutat, AK. Jeremiah is a Tlingit artist who specializes in seal and sea otter skin and fur production. In…
In Monday’s news: Governor Sean Parnell seeks federal disaster declaration for king salmon fisheries on Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers; Alaska Nanuuq Commission, U.S. Fish & Wildlife…
The Alaska Nanuuq Commission and the US Department of Fish and Wildlife were in Shishmaref Friday to detail a new international quota for subsistence hunting of polar bears in the Bering and Chukchi Seas.
Ten men from Savoonga receive federal citations for selling raw ivory to non-Natives, violating the Marine Mammal Protection Act; Kuskokwim River contamination linked to the Red Devil mercury mine sparks community meetings with BLM; an Eagle River man treated for wounds from a grizzly bear attack; and retail hours at rural Alaskan post offices may be cut under a cost-saving plan by the postal service.