Death of Two Denali Park Wolves Has Biologist Asking For More Protection

Death of Two Denali Park Wolves Has Biologist Asking For More Protection

pBy Abby Hancockbr /
Channel 2 News/p
pMay 22, 2012/p
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pANCHORAGE, Alaska-br /
The trapping death of two wolves that belonged to one of Denali National Park’s largest and most-seen wolf packs, in an area directly adjacent to one of the park’s boundaries, has a conservation biologist calling for action./p
pRick Steiner says he written Alaska Department of Fish and Game Commissioner Cora Campbell to request an emergency closure to wolf kills in an area just outside the northeast boundary of Denali National Park./p
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