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The subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska

Robert James Wolfe

The subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska

by Robert James Wolfe

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

    Places:
  • Alaska.
    • Subjects:
    • Fowling -- Alaska.,
    • Subsistence hunting -- Alaska.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRobert J. Wolfe, Amy W. Paige, and Cheryl L. Scott.
      SeriesTechnical paper ;, no. 197, Technical paper (Alaska. Dept. of Fish and Game. Division of Subsistence) ;, no. 197.
      ContributionsPaige, Amy W., Scott, Cheryl L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 94/2345 (S)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationxviii, 183 p.
      Number of Pages183
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1048099M
      LC Control Number93620666

        Alaska subsistence harvest of birds and eggs, – data book, Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence, Special Publication , Anchorage, AK, : Liliana C Naves, Jacqueline M Keating, T Lee Tibbitts, Daniel R Ruthrauff.   Alaska Natives are allowed to harvest birds in some instances and the law was recently changed to allow the sale of art and clothing that contain inedible byproducts from migratory birds that .

      Home» Departments» Wildlife Management» Studies and Research Projects» Migratory Birds» Common Birds on the North Slope. Below are photographic lists of the most commonly seen birds on the North Slope of Alaska. There are many rare sightings of birds that occur. Alaska Subsistence Harvest of Birds and Eggs, Data Book, Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council Technical Report Full-text available.

      Kodiak Bird and Egg Subsistence Harvest Survey The Kodiak Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council (AMBCC) Road Committee is conducting this anonymous and confidential survey seeking public input to develop potential harvest regulation proposals to . By Alice Aluskak Rearden (Yup'ik), (This is shortened version of a longer essay from the Smithsonian book Living Our Cultures, Sharing Our Heritage: The First Peoples of Alaska.). Sea, Land, Rivers. The Yup’ik homeland in southwest Alaska extends from Bristol Bay to Norton Sound and centers on the great delta where the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers reach the sea.


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The subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska by Robert James Wolfe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Alaska subsistence bird harvest, – data book, Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence, Special Publication No.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. Obtaining information on subsistence harvest of migratory birds by Alaska Natives. Maintaining databases on all of the above and providing these, as well as other technical assistance, to other agencies, land managers and private organizations.

regulations apply to the spring and summer subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska, April 2 through Aug The Alaska Migratory Bird Co-management Council (Council) reviews and recommends needed modifications to these regulations on an annual basis.

Migratory bird hunting from September 1, through Ma Per the MBTA, the normal season for the subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska begins on April 2 each year.

Interim Rule. To meet the April 2 opening date for the season for Alaska subsistence harvest of migratory game birds, we published an interim rule. We opened the The subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska book to establish regulations for the spring and summer subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska in a proposed rule.

We previously concluded that our subsistence-hunting-season regulations at 50 CFR part 92 (issued most recently as the Migratory Bird Subsistence Harvest in Alaska; Harvest Regulations for Migratory Birds in Alaska During the Season, April 1,81 FR ) are consistent with the preservation and maintenance of migratory bird stocks.

Get this from a library. Alaska migratory bird subsistence harvest estimates,Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council. [Liliana C Naves; Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Division of Subsistence.; Alaska. Migratory Bird Co-Management Council.] -- This report presents subsistence harvest estimates of migratory birds and their eggs in Alaska for the data year On Februwe published in the Federal Register a proposed rule (82 FR ) to amend 50 CFR part 92 to establish regulations for the spring and summer subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska at subpart D, and to make certain changes to the permanent regulations at subpart C.

The final rule for the annual spring/summer federal subsistence migratory bird harvest season, opening on April 2,has published in the Federal Register (RIN BC70). The rule allows for the continuation of customary and traditional subsistence uses of migratory birds in Alaska and prescribes regional information on when and where the harvesting of birds.

The Harvest Assessment Program (HAP) of the AMBCC documents subsistence harvest of migratory birds and their eggs in Alaska. The survey is based on household in-person interviews and is conducted in collaboration among the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Department of.

SUMMARY: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes migratory bird subsistence harvest regulations in Alaska for the season. These regulations would enable the continuation of customary and. Indigenous subsistence harvest of most birds has occurred in Alaska for millennia (Wolfe et al.

Shorebirds are likely a fraction of the subsistence bird harvest in Alaska (~, birds per year), but some shorebird species that are harvested are imperiled (Paige and WolfeAlaska Shorebird GroupL.

Naves personal Author: Liliana C Naves, Jacqueline M Keating, T Lee Tibbitts, Daniel R Ruthrauff. Naves, L. Alaska subsistence harvest of birds and eggs,Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council. Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Subsistence Technical Paper No.Anchorage.

Front cover photo: Butch (Steve Hobson Jr.). On Februwe published in the Federal Register (68 FR ) a proposed rule to establish spring/summer migratory bird subsistence harvest regulations in Alaska for the subsistence season. The proposed rule provided for a public comment period of 30 days.

Congress directly addressed subsistence with the passage of the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act (ANILCA) in In addition to setting aside more than million acres of land in Alaska for conservation, it gave rural Alaskans priority for the subsistence harvest of fish and wildlife on Federal public lands—about million acres or more than 60 percent of the land within.

These proposed regulations were developed under a co-management process involving the Service, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, and Alaska Native representatives. The rulemaking is necessary because the regulations governing the subsistence harvest of.

In –, the estimated subsistence harvest of seabirds birds/year. Murres (33%), auklets (28%), gulls (16%), and cormorants (14%) represented most of the harvest. Alaska-wide harvest patterns largely reflected harvest at the St. Lawrence–Diomede Islands, which represented 78% of the total seabird by: 1.

Together, the three groups – tribal, state and federal representatives – in the Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council created and passed a plan to open a subsistence and general harvest. Eligibility and inclusion requirements necessary to participate in the spring/summer migratory bird subsistence season in Alaska are outlined in 50 CFR part This proposed rule calls for proposals for regulations that will expire on Augfor the spring/summer subsistence harvest of migratory birds in Alaska.

at the back of this book. About this book This book is published by the Federal Subsistence Management Program as an informative summary and guide to annual Federal subsistence hunting regulations contained in the Code of Federal Regulations (36 CFR and 50 CFR ) and the Federal Register.This report presents subsistence harvest estimates of migratory birds and their eggs in Alaska for the data year Data were collected through the harvest assessment program of the Alaska Migratory Bird Co-Management Council.

This program relies on collaboration among the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Alaska Department of Fish and.U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Office of Subsistence Management: E. Tudor Rd, MS; Anchorage, AK ; () or email at [email protected] / Federal Subsistence Fisheries Regulations.